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How to use untreated lumber outside

How to use untreated lumber outside

Category:HomeRelease time:2014-03-17Views:130

Untreated lumber is wood that is not pressure treated for the outdoors. Pressure treated lumber undergoes water and other treatments to prepare it to be outside. Treated lumber is often used in decks and railings. It can also be used for flower beds.[More]

How to Treat Untreated Wood

How to Treat Untreated Wood

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-07-07Views:130

Untreated wood is vulnerable to moisture as well as insect pests, such as termites. Wooden steps and patios located outdoors can quickly absorb rainwater and snow, causing the wood to warp, erode and eventually rot. Treating wood with a water seal he[More]

How to build a deck with untreated wood

How to build a deck with untreated wood

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-05-02Views:130

A wood deck is a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors with family and friends. A deck can be made out of most any wood, but cedar, white oak, teak and redwood are popular choices because those woods are naturally resistant to insects and decay. Alth[More]

How to Clean an Untreated Wood Floor/Sub Floor With Pet Stains

How to Clean an Untreated Wood Floor/Sub Floor With Pet Stains

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-07-21Views:130

If you have pets, especially new or young ones roaming around the house, an accident here or there is inevitable. While an accident on any flooring is an inconvenience, having it happen on an untreated wood floor or subfloor takes a bit more work to[More]

How to use a wood-burning stove in a tent

How to use a wood-burning stove in a tent

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-04-15Views:130

A wood-burning stove will keep a tent warm and comfortable during winter or late fall camping trips. While there are some risks associated with using a wood-burning stove in a tent, these can be eliminated or reduced by using the right accessories an[More]

How to use balsa wood to build a model truss bridge

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-02-12Views:130

Bridges are complex structures that are marvels of science and engineering. They have forces to counteract, including standing up under their own weight. The Truss bridge design is a common bridge style that makes use of triangular trusses to hold th[More]

How to Use Vinyl Tiles Outside

How to Use Vinyl Tiles Outside

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-06-10Views:130

Modern-day vinyl products are sturdy, attractive and durable, and they have a variety of uses beyond covering a kitchen or bathroom floor. Today's vinyl tiles are relatively inexpensive, making them an attractive option for a variety of outdoor uses.[More]

What to Use on Wood Floors That Are Stained With Cat Urine

What to Use on Wood Floors That Are Stained With Cat Urine

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-02-07Views:130

Wood floors typically increase a property's value due to their durability and attractiveness, but not when stained with cat urine. Furthermore, the urine already in your floor might entice your cat into relieving itself again, causing further damage.[More]

How to use a wood router for beginners

How to use a wood router for beginners

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-03-02Views:130

Learning to use a wood router is rewarding. Routers allow the beginner to add style to wood projects like professionals. The router is a fundamental tool of every woodshop because of its flexibility in bit configuration. Routers can create mouldings,[More]

Crafts Using Rustic Wood Fences

Crafts Using Rustic Wood Fences

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2013-03-12Views:130

Save money with your holiday decorating by making crafts using rustic wood fences. You can make simple primitive decorations for your home or as merchandise for craft sales. Old wood fences are usually free or very inexpensive, making trash-to-treasu[More]

How to Use a Wood Hull for a Fiberglass Mold

How to Use a Wood Hull for a Fiberglass Mold

Category:HealthRelease time:2013-03-15Views:130

Using a wood hull for a fibreglass mould is a practical means of making a fibreglass boat. By using a wood hull from a boat, you eliminate a great deal of work because you are not required to develop a core, then a mould, and then manufacture your fi[More]

How to Use Barn Wood to Finish a Bathroom

How to Use Barn Wood to Finish a Bathroom

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-06-16Views:130

Homeowners who remodel their homes may want to explore using barn wood in their home renovation. Farmers built their barns with wood which today's builders can incorporate into their own building projects, bringing the aura of Old America that old ba[More]

How to Use My Wood-Burning Fireplace in My House

How to Use My Wood-Burning Fireplace in My House

Category:HomeRelease time:2013-09-15Views:130

A wood-burning fireplace is a cosy addition to your home, providing a focal point in a room and a warm place to curl up on a cold night. It also can help you decrease your heating bill, but only if you use your fireplace properly. Using a wood-burnin[More]

How to Use Mesquite Wood Chips for Grilling

How to Use Mesquite Wood Chips for Grilling

Category:FoodRelease time:2015-03-07Views:130

A smoker is no longer necessary to cook deliciously smoked meat. Cook with your grill and use mesquite wood chips for grilling. By soaking the wood chips thoroughly, you prevent them from burning inside the grill. Instead, the damp wood chips will sm[More]

Types of Hydraulic Fluid Used for Wood Splitters

Types of Hydraulic Fluid Used for Wood Splitters

Category:HomeRelease time:2015-03-09Views:130

Wood splitters use different types of hydraulic fluid depending on what the manufacturer recommends, but the truth is that most hydraulic equipment can use a variety of hydraulic fluid and still work properly. Maintaining the warranty that comes with[More]

How to Build a Windmill Using Balsa Wood

How to Build a Windmill Using Balsa Wood

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2014-06-27Views:130

Windmills were among the first of man's great machines heading into the 18th century. According to a website about Holland, there once were more than 10,000 windmills simultaneously operating in that part of the world. However, many have been destroy[More]

How to Print Using Carved Wood Blocks

How to Print Using Carved Wood Blocks

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-02-03Views:130

Printing from carved wood blocks is a simple, beautiful craft project that can be enjoyed by adults and children alike. Begin by using purchased carved blocks, but as you gain experience you may want to carve your own custom designs. Wooden blocks wi[More]

How to stain an untreated wood deck

How to stain an untreated wood deck

Category:StyleRelease time:2012-02-13Views:130

Staining and sealing a new wooden deck is important not only for aesthetic reasons but to increase the lifespan of the materials. Letting a new wooden deck "go naked" for even two years, without proper staining or sealing, can seriously damage the wo[More]

What Are the Uses of Wood Oak?

What Are the Uses of Wood Oak?

Category:HobbiesRelease time:2012-03-21Views:130

The Latin name for oak, Quercus, means "a fine tree," and it has lived up to its name as a wood of considerable historical importance to America. Oak wood, both red and white, is valued for its beautiful "ray flake" pattern, but the two types of oak[More]

The best vacuums to use on wood & laminate flooring

The best vacuums to use on wood & laminate flooring

Category:HomeRelease time:2012-04-12Views:130

Hardwood and laminate flooring that provide the appearance of wood add elegance to a home. These durable flooring types are made to tolerate heavy foot traffic. Yet despite their toughness, care and maintenance is still required to keep them clean an[More]

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