Is kiln dried worth it? Is there a moisture level that firewood can only get to naturally before it won’t go any lower by seasoning/ air drying? I seen a video of a guy burning two wood stoves side by side and one with two year seasoned wood and the others with kiln dried. This got me wondering. Could a guy make a kiln out of an old fridge and dry a weeks worth of wood? Use the hot air ducted off the wood fired furnace to dry the wood. Obviously the hot moist air would need to be exhausted outside. Just seeing if anybody noticed a significant difference between two.