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motor oil to preserve fence posts? homestead forum at permies

Put a few good sized chunks in the bottom of the hole then prop your post up perfectly and fill it to the top with rubble. And thats it, you got a long lasting fence post! The other horizontal and vertical part of the fence is made from peeled not in photo above

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How to keep fence post from rotting Forum Bob Vila

I plan on putting up a split rail fence. I have looked for alternative materials but have found none in the split rail catagory. My question is when I pu

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How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot Family Handyman

Anatomy of a long lasting fence post This photo shows the five ways to make your fence posts last a long time. “Please see an enlargement in additional information If your cedar fence posts are rotting at the bottom, you need to replace them. The rot probably

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How to Protect Wooden Fence Posts From Rotting Home Guides SF Gate

Wooden fence posts often rot quickly because of the prolonged exposure to moisture in the soil. Brush the preservative on the entire post, if desired, but the bottom must be treated because the buried portion and section of post just above ground rot much

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All About Wooden Garden Fence Maintenance

Save money and hassle with regular wooden garden fence maintenance. Here's how to keep your wood fence panels and posts in great condition

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Protect Your Wood Fence Fence Armor Fence Guards and Post Protectors

A severly damaged wooden fence post. Fence treatment is important for protecting your wood fence from rot, insects, and other elements of the outdoors, but are you doing enough to preserve your fence?

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concrete Would wrapping a wood fence post in plastic help protect it? Home Improvement Stack Exchange

Would wrapping a wood fence post in plastic help protect it? up vote 8 down vote favorite providing slope in the concrete away from the post to prevent water pooling and providing gravel in the bottom that the post sets on for drainage will do more for your 1

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Should You Put Gravel At The Bottom Of A Wood Fence Post? YouTube

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Maybe You Shouldn't Seal The Bottom of a Wood Fence Post YouTube

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