I am looking for a non-toxic once dried and relatively inexpensive
material to seal wood.
A neighbour is a farmer who has hay/feed wagons that have bottoms made
of 2X6 planks. Wet feed often sits for long periods on the wood with the
expected results. Does anyone have a suggestion on how to protect the
wood and not poison the cows? Thanks,
Raw linseed oil.
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How 'bout if the feed is wet? Does that count?
Of course no animal is likely to suffer, but it's a fool's errand to try and
treat a wagon bed. That's why they've gone bare these many thousands of
years since agriculture became a way of life.
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