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At 03:48 AM 8/29/99 -0400, you wrote:
>Date: Sat, 28 Aug 1999 22:18:56 -0800
>From: "Thomas Barr" <tcbiii at pacbell_net>
>Soak it in bleach. 20:1 is fine. Cut off any rot. Add to bleach for a day or
>so. Rinse, gargle
>and add to another solution of dechloronator for another day.
>Lime works also but I like the bleach better due to less impact on Ph and
>dechloronator is something I have around the house. Salt will work also but
>rinsing and soaking come into the picture more.
>A 5 gallon bucket will work also by using the 1/2 of the wood in the
>solution for one day, then turning it over for the next end, the next day.
>Takes longer but a 3 ft bucket isn't always handy.
>You can use a plastic trash can(large) too.
I'd never thought of using a large trash can and a bleach solution. I can
keep the trash can for storing /ageing water after that I guess.