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it is made into paper it is made into paper it is made into paper
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First off, it is not a "chuck of wood." Second, a woodchuck can't chuck wood; it's scientifictly impossible to get the right answer. The original tongue twister goes: "How mu…ch wood would a wood chuck chuck if a wood chuck could chuck wood?"
Answer Depending on what the wood is and how it has been processed, there may be a semi finished surface on it. Sanding lightly will open the pores and allow the stain… to absorb more evenly. Will also remove any oil from your hands that may be on the surface.
Pine is considered a softwood.
When wood twists just a small amount it will spring back. If thewood twists far against the grain then the fibers can give and thewood will eventually crack.
Examples of hard woods are: White Ash Green Ash Cypress Gum Hickory Locust Lignum Vitae Hard Maple White Maple White Oak Live Oak Red Pine Yellow Pine… Oregon Pine Black Walnut
because wood is there food and home to live
No. Woodchucks primarily eat wild grasses and other vegetation, and berries. They also eat grubs, grasshoppers, insects, snails and other small animals. The name woodchu…ck is unrelated to wood or chucking. It stems from an Algonquian name for the animal, wuchak.
cherry, walnut, oak
Lignum Vitae is an very dense wood imported from Brazil. It can have a density as high as 1.39 g/cc.
Neck of the woods
Answer: You can as long as the ash you dump has been drenched in water so you are sure the flame is completely put out. This makes sure they don't catch on fire. Answer: Woo…d ash releases alkali when it gets wet which can impair water quality and damage plant life. If the ash is to be disposed of in the woods it is best to spread it out over as wide an area as practicable.
Cherry is a hardwood because all deciduous trees are classed as hardwoods.
Wood is the stem of trees inside the bark or outer layer. Wood is 50% cellulose. Cellulose is the fibrous material that gives strength to the cell walls. These cell wal…ls are bound together with hemicellulose and lignin. Dry wood is about 25% lignin and 20% hemicellulose. There are many different types of wood. Each type of wood comes from a species of tree, and has a slightly different cell arrangement and proportions of cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin. This combination gives the types of wood their characteristic strength, texture and colour.
that's when its best to stain it, because it makes the stain soak in more and makes it last longer The type of stain you are using will determine what the moisture content o…f the wood needs to be. Some wood deck stains such as Ready Seal require the wood to be very dry.
they are called WOOD elves, not water elves, or fire elves but wood elves. so yeah, they do live in the woods.