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Creosote?

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Hi, does anybody know how long it takes to creosote to dry?? I painted it yesterday morning & its still wet/greasy to touch. I know it rained last night but its the same inside??? Thanks
wendy56 Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
Hi, does anybody know how long it takes to creosote to dry?? I painted it yesterday morning & its still wet/greasy to touch. I know it rained last night but its the same inside???
Thanks
wendy56 Avatar
7y, 5m agoPosted 7 years, 5 months ago
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banned#1
I thought creosote was banned, really bad for the enviroment, is it a new copy of creosote?
#2
It was bought from B&Q, I will go & read the tin.
#3
Hi...just read it & its called 'Creocote'??? :oops:
#4
why is it so important that its dry
banned#5
Should be a safe alternative to creosote, creosote is toxic to animals
banned#6
renown
why is it so important that its dry


she's stained the toilet seat:-D
#7
renown
why is it so important that its dry


So I can put everything that needs to go in the shed...in it.....:roll:
#8
goldmax
she's stained the toilet seat:-D


that sounds so wrong...........in so many ways :whistling:
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wendy56
So I can put everything that needs to go in the shed...in it.....:roll:


If it s water based and it rained on it last night its possibly gonna take longer to dry than usual :thinking: i rekon with a good dry day it will be dry Sunday :thumbsup:
#10
goldmax
she's stained the toilet seat:-D


Dirty moo lol :whistling:
#11
bitseylango
that sounds so wrong...........in so many ways :whistling:


It wasn't me! :p
banned#12
renown
Dirty moo lol :whistling:


I just laughed into my cup of tea and it went up my nose:oops:
#13
goldmax
Should be a safe alternative to creosote, creosote is toxic to animals


Yeah Creocote just isnt as good. Used to work for a guy on the side a year back and he wanted me to stain fencing stakes etc, and i happened to have some CreoSote at home that he bought off me for a healthy price. quite enjoyed it. :w00t:
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Jumpingphil
How long does it say on the tin?


It doesn't :x but no problem...the doors have been open all morning with the sun shining in & its all nice & dry now...just a little bit stinky :roll:
Thanks for everybodys replies :thumbsup: & comments :whistling: x

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