Is cedar wood toxic?

Answer On One Hand: Cedar Is a Minor Nuisance To Small AnimalsCedar wood has found many uses around the house including decorative siding and wooden utensils. Cedar chips from the Atlantic White Cedar and... Read More »

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Can cedar chips be toxic to dogs?

Cedar chips have not been found to be toxic to dogs. Still, they may cause some digestive problems if ingested, and some dogs may develop contact allergies that result in itching and hair loss. Mos... Read More »

Comparison of Fir & Cedar Wood for a Wood Fence?

Wood fences are exposed to both hot and cold weather, are regularly wet and come in contact with the ground. These conditions encourage decay and insect attack in most woods, making them unsuitable... Read More »

How to Age Cedar Wood?

Cedar is a light weight soft wood that is naturally resistant to moisture, decay and insects. Cedar will turn a natural grey over time as it is exposed to the elements. Rain and sun will help to bl... Read More »

Is birch wood toxic?

According to the Kansas City Woodturner's newsletter, the sawdust of birch wood is potentially harmful to those who are allergic to aspirin. Birch contains salicylic acid, which can trigger an alle... Read More »