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SW Washington 23 posted 8 years ago 1 I haven't tried it on fence posts, but I lately I have been using melted wax as a wood protector. The main water repelling ingredient in products like Thompson's Water Seal is wax. I used to make my own water sealer which mixed wax, paint thinner and varnish.
It worked really well, better than Thompson's because I could put more wax in than they do. After that I tried just straight melted wax and that works really well but I have not found a way to paint it on with a brush.
I first tried melted wax on the top of a cedar gate, then on a couple of bat housesand lately on a cedar bird feeder. I used a heat gun to melt the wax into the wood but I think you could also do it with wax shavings on a hot day.
When the air temperature gets above about 85 the wax melts a little and soaks even further into the wood. It also darkens the wood a bit. Over time the excess is absorbed or drips off. But I've never tried it for ground contact use. Regarding T-posts, I bet you could offer to remove a fence for someone in return for the posts and fencing.
I volunteer at a nearby wildlife refuge which was used as a dairy farm for many years.
One of the least popular volunteer projects is to remove the old fencing. Most of the posts and even a lot of the wire still have many years of life left in them. Most of the posts and wire just get recycled.
It's sad because there are hundreds of them.
I would start with craigslist, then just contact local landowners who probably have fences they no longer want Nature Conservancy, USFWS, etc.Oct 04, · Pin By Wee Oil On Black Fence Ideas Pinterest Concepts Of Cost Of Fences And ashio-midori.com, if you want to get this wonderful photo about Pin By Wee Oil On Black Fence Ideas Pinterest Concepts Of Cost Of Fences And Gates, just click save button to save this images to your computer.
Jan 31, · Me and the neighbors that own the house behind me are splitting the cost of a fence. They insist on using their own contractor. The other contractors that I've talked to say they use /2 bags of concrete per 4x4 fence post.
Tung oil is thought by many to be the finest natural finish for wood, Also have new garden close board fencing put in on the back boundary with an older fence to the left. Here at Wood finishes Direct we believe that most veneers would be okay with oil, because the oil only soaks into the first 1mm of the surface of the wood, and many.
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