I was wondering if anyone knew where I could find a good list of woods
acceptable for home use, I'd rather not inhale dangerous
fumes. Specifically, I
was wondering if Maple and Peach were o.k for
If what you're doing creates dust, wear a mask. Very few of the woods
normal people can afford to use are enough of an irritant to need
special handling beyond that. Maple and Peach are not among them.
Maybe I missed part of the original post, but how are you using the
wood? Are you burning it in your fireplace or building something with it
like furniture, etc.? If burning in the fireplace, well the only type of
wood I know you should avoid is pressure treated lumber as it is treated
with chemicals to prevent insect infestation. These chemicals can be
dangerous to humans if inhaled.
I used to date a girl named Poisonious Woods. She had two sisters,
Petunia and Daisy.
They all wore different perfumes, so I could tell 'em apart, even
blindfolded. I don't think any of the perfumes were harmful.
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