Would you Steel your household appliances

Written by Donald Grummett

November 2004

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Free French Wood Preserver

Written by Lee Coleman

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An endless supply of French wood preserver, little known fact That could save you having to buy expensive wood preserver for any external wood that needs treating.

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I would like to point out that this wood preserver will not be suitable for every application, I do not recommend you use it for internal wood treatment, although outbuildings should be fine.

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