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Re: Planed and treated timber
Reply #1 - Nov 5th, 2013, 8:43am
 
Gravel boards are the easily available treated slim boards, but they are rough to say the least. It isn't practical to cut down a thicker piece as you will expose the relatively untreated core so, for such a short piece, I would get a piece of oak. Make sure it has no sapwood as this is not durable.
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Planed and treated timber
Nov 5th, 2013, 6:31am
 
Looking for some planed and treated timber, approx 12-18mm x 80mm x 2m ish.  It's to trim around the edges of a dungwalled fence.

My local suppliers are proving unhelpful.

Wheres the best paces to look?

Thanks.
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