Well, if your husband is anything like you then it explains much about
Next time you're getting information from OSHA, get information about plain
old ordinary pine and then compare what they say about that and about ACQ
and I think you're going to find that you know a lot less than you thought
I would not have noticed that you were a woman if you had not specifically
mentioned it--nobody cares whether you are a woman, what matters is that you
are full of crap.
I don't give shit if one top posts or not. At time it's a pain in the arch
to some times have to scan down to the bottom to read a reply. I rarely if
ever top post and I don't get all bent out of shape if one does. If I want
to know what the original question was I click on show all messages, then I
find out what the question was. I primarily use OLE. I say to one who
constantly complains about it, lighten up life's too short. You are liable
to have a stroke and die young.
And there's 5 seconds of my life that are gone forever.
Given that "Nancy's" "posting history" equals exactly NOTHING, I want
to thank you for just that.
And now, as Joat sez... Eat recycled food and enjoy the afterlife.
Where did you find this on the internet? A URL would be helpful.
What exactly is it that would explode?
Why would it make a difference if you are indoors or out?
Don't you agree that one needs to understand a hazard inorder to
protect oneself from it/
I've read the MSDS. And I've looked into the carcinogenicity
of the chemicals in AQC treated wood. They are listed as
'probably not' carcinogens, or 'unknown'. I do find it a bit dis-
concerting that the product is widely available but has not been
tested for carcinogenicity. But I do not understand how you
got from unknown to carcinogenic. Can you explain?
Wood dust in general, even untreated is considered to contain
carcinogens. Some, like Western Red Cedar more so than others.
And of course wood dust in general is an explosion hazard though
it is difficult to get conditions condusive to an explosion under
shop condidtions. But if you try throwing a can full of sawdust onto
a bonfire the result may be exciting.
She's projecting from the idiotic warning about wood dust maybe forming
an explosive mix in air on the msds sheet.
Nancy... Try and find ANY documented case of a wood dust explosion in a
home, ever. You can't because it has never happened. It is
theoretically possible, in much the same way as it's theoretically
possible that a black hole could form in the center of the Earth and
destroy the solar system.
Sun, Nov 12, 2006, 8:14am (EST-3) firstname.lastname@example.org (Nancy) doth
<snip> If you cut this type of wood indoors it can also explode. The new
wood is very dangerous <snip>
When ACQ wood is outlawed, only outlaws will have ACQ wood?
Democratic justice. One man, one rock.
It is something I would not do, but not because of the treatment
chemicals, but because of the treatment. Treated wood is very wet and
it warps, cracks and checks as it dries. If your concern is to wetness
in the basement, the feet of the shelves would be the place for
I would probably use 2x4s though.
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