Yes, but the antifreeze won't evaporate the way water will.
Personally, I use oil, but the process and outcome are the same:
find some non-evaporating fluid to use to swell the fibers, and
away you go.
My recollection from the past is that wood grain which has been
crushed, after soaking will swell to it’s original size. It will
remain so even after trying. I saw this on woodwright’s workshop
once(a PBS television series that, IMO, is wonderful - no power
tools), they had a guest on who had apprenticed in Hungary. When
this man had apprenticed, apprentices were paid very little. So they
would make things to sell to supplement their income. One of the
things this gentleman made were washbasins for new mothers to wash
their babies in. He demonstrated the technique. Pieces of wood that
had been joined were sealed by this method. He would take a piece of
wire, and using a hammer crush the grain in a line running from one
end of the wood to the other. Then, he would plane it down to be
almost the same depth as the part that had been crushed - it was, of
course, important that the crushed part not be cut away. When he wet
this area, it was quite remarkable. The crushed line rose to it’s
original height, and there was this raised line running the length
of the board. I’ve tried it myself, it’s very nifty to see.