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What do you think about using this for weatherproofing wood?  RSS feed

 
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Interesting.

Remind me not to drink orange juice out of a foam cup!

 
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I prefer using used veggie oil. Solvents and petroleum products might work as well, but mine is easier and cheaper.

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Just seems like a good way to recycle styrofoam.
 
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