Amateur Gardening

Looking after woodwork

TAKING care of wooden structures and metalwork seems like a chore, but it will pay handsome dividends.

If you have a fence or other woodwork that needs preserving, or metalwork requiring scouring and painting, wait until a windless day when no rain is forecast.

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