How do you treat pressure treated wood cuts?
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Thereof, how do you protect pressure treated wood after cutting?
Always wear safety goggles and a dust mask when cutting, drilling, or sanding. Cut treated wood outdoors, not in an enclosed space. Never burn treated wood. Allow treated wood to dry thoroughly before staining or painting.
Additionally, how long will ground contact pressure treated wood last? The Forest Products Laboratory and other research groups have shown that treated wood stakes placed in the ground for more than 40 years remain rot-free. But young pressure-treated decks, many less than 10 years old, are being shoveled into landfills.
Additionally, what kind of blade do you use for pressure treated wood?
Circular saw Blade
When can I seal pressure treated wood?
A newly built deck that uses pressurized wood will need time to dry completely before a sealer can be applied. The chemicals used to treat the wood leave moisture behind, and depending on the climate, it can take anywhere from a few weeks to a few months until it's dry enough to seal.