how to get rotten potato smell out of wood?

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Answered: Bad smelling wood?

Because your nose is up it. Simply remove your nose clean it. Then, don't put your nose there anymore and your nose will smell fine again.

Answered: I was digging up my potatoes and several were like they were mashed

There are many funguses that hit potatoes, unfortunately. It is best to take one of the diseased potatoes to your feed store or the university agricultural extension to identify what actually got it. They will tell you how to treat the diseased soil and how to get started with a new cultivar of ...

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The wood chipper machine http://www.wood-chipper-machine.com Drum wood chipper is the special equipment to produce the wood chips which can be widely used in chipboard factory, middle and high density fiberboard factory, stubble factory, biomass power plant, and wood chipping factory. Raw ...

Answered: What kind of finish can I put on light raw wood without turning it

Polyurethane. Go to Home Depot and ask the same question - they will point you towards products that do exactly what you want.
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