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Seth Wetmore
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I am less familiar than others concerning wood toxins. Yet I would like for others to put there knowledge up here to help prevent others from using toxic woods for general purposes.
Example: California Red wood. Well known for pest resistance due to tanins in wood grain. Problem: less well known for bronchial infections due to grinding dust being breathed in while sanding, cutting, shaveing operations. Splinters cause immune system reaction etc. Have a great day .
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