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So you’ve cleaned it, but now drying it is the real chore. Get a rough brush and start brushing away all the dead flakes of debris and build-up on the exterior. This is going to remove dirt, mud, and anything that’s just stubbornly stuck onto the side of your driftwood. Now take non-iodized salt and scrub the driftwood with it. This is a process known as curing, where you’re making an environment that doesn’t allow bacteria growth.