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  • Re: I need some cypress staining recommendations

    Thanks for all the responses.  After much debate I went with Cabot's Australian Timber Oil (Honey Teak) and I couldn't be more pleased.  The cypress was new cypress, and I even had PTP supports (new PTP), and all of it took the Timber Oil quite well.  The cypress took it better of course, and it looks beautiful.  But I was quite surprised how well the PTP took the stain.  I was going to let the pine dry out a few months but my impatience got the better of me and I tested a small inconspicuous spot.  And it took it well, so I went ahead with the entire table.  One coat.  Which is all they recommend.  The table looks great and is beading water perfectly.  I'd highly recommend this product. 
  • Re: Lump

    Mikee said:
    Char-Broil boxed lump is so much better than any other lump. It raises the bar a couple of notches. I tried Rockwood and was not impressed. Tried this and was amazed. This is the lump that everyone dreams about. Lites fast and easy. Hit's high temperature at 500* in 5 minutes. No Smoke.  Stock up now while its on sale!
    Are you serious or kidding? Kinda hard to tell, especially the way this thread is going
    Pretty sure he's being serious.  And I agree.  I picked up a box last night to check out the hype.  It was far and away the best lump I've ever used.  Lit really quickly, no sparking, the entire firebox was raring and ready to go about 5 minutes later, and it burned beautifully.  I've tried most of the popular lumps and they are all fine.  Not too much difference to me.  I'm no lump aficionado though, but this stuff was way better.  Really the first time I've ever noticed a huge difference in a lump. 

    Now I'm wondering how / why it's so much better?  It's the "center cut" feature?  Or are they doing something else different? 


  • Re: How do you like your nuts???

    Ask your mom
  • Re: Lump

    Lowe's...
  • Re: How do you like your nuts???

    yljkt said:
    Ask your mom
    Who is this aimed at? 
    At the OP and his question.  It was a joke man.   ;)
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