How to Melt Solid Creosote?

Answer Creosote is a natural byproduct of burning wood, especially when the wood is green or unseasoned. It is also present in some soil as a component of petroleum. In most cases, melting solid creosote ... Read More »

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How to Melt Solid Chocolate Into a Liquid?

Turning cocoa seeds into chocolate is an art form involving a number of complex and perfectly timed steps. Follow a few simple steps,, in one of two methods to turn a solid block of this rich treat... Read More »

When you try to melt the chocolate, is it possible to melt it by putting it in the microwave?

Yes it would, but I think the best way to smoothly melt chocolate is to place it in a bowl and then place that bowl into a saucepan of hot water. It melts slowwly and evenly and doesn't bubble or b... Read More »

What makes creosote?

Creosote is a thick, tarry substance frequently used for treating wood for railroad ties and utility poles. Creosote can also build up inside of wood-burning stoves and fireplaces, where it causes ... Read More »

Is creosote legal in the UK?

Creosote, a preservative derived from coal tar, was banned in the UK in 2003. As of April 2003, a store may not sell creosote to a general consumer and as of June 2003, the general public is not a... Read More »