Dale Hodgins wrote:I was in Newfoundland 30 years ago and witnessed a smoke house being used to treat wood siding and for the deck boards of a boat.
Any thoughts on whether wood should be smoked before or after it has dried?
I'm planning this year to get a neighbor to cut me boards on his saw mill for future projects here, and those boards will then need to sit a year or two to dry, so I'm thinking while they dry I could make some sort of shed/enclosure around them and smoke them at the same time.
My question is: has anybody actually been using smoke in an existing wooden house in order to stop or prevent woodworm plague?
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