How do you preserve a coconut shell?


To preserve a coconut shell, you should first remove the flesh of the coconut, and then you place the shells in a dry place with their open sided facing up for about 8 days. Next, smooth its outside with sandpaper, and polish its inner side with a layer of coconut oil.
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How to Preserve a Coconut Shell
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