7 Ways To Upcycle Your Sawdust
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Got lots of sawdust sitting around your shop? Of course you do, you're a woodworker! Whether you burn it, compost it, or trash it, we've got some simple woodworking ideas on how to upcycle some of those shavings.
Some sawdust can be used as a supplement for your garden.However, you should use it in moderation and mix it with manure or nitrogen so it doesn't suffocate the plants.Do your research to see if what you are growing can benefit from sawdust.
For example, it is especially helpful in growing mushrooms! But do be careful with your sawdust selection; sawdust from some woods (like black walnut) will k*ll plants.As mentioned above, it is important to do your research before utilizing sawdust in your garden.
Some wood may work, some wood may kill.Walnut is toxic to most plants, so use it to get rid of pesky plants.Sprinkle it wherever you want to stomp out some weeds.If you enjoy a good campfire in the great outdoors or a blazing fire in your hearth, then you might want to consider making your own fire starters.
All you need is some sawdust (soft woods like pine or cedar...