How to Create a Natural Log Pathway
How to Create a Natural Log Pathway First, don’t Worry about Rot basically Paint on a couple of layers of water Based Water Proofer to the two sides of the wood. Equivalent to utilized on Decks and Fences. In the event that you are in an area where you would Worry about Termites basically, purchase a couple of squares of light wax dissolve in pot and brush on to the base side of wood additionally Good for additional water sealing.
Setting Cedar contributes the dirt around the logs will help and Baking Soda Will fend off the Weeds simply Sprinkle some in and Water it in. At long last don’t stress over Slipping On These Logs As they are Usually Cut By Chain Saw And Will Have A Rough and Rugged surface as it stands. Try not to utilize Sand Between Coats it will rashly ring off the water Proofing Finishes you use.
If there is one tool that I would prefer to never learn how to use it would be the chain saw. Not sure if it’s because of scary movies or because they simply scare the mess out of me.
How to Create a Natural Log Pathway + Video via Sew Woodsy.com I spent an hour one evening sealing wood logs. Not a glamorous job but someone had to do it (and let’s face it I had no desire to start digging the pathway in the dark).
And then he proceeded to do the rain dance on video… did anyone catch that? With a serious face might I add. I, on the other hand, was silently laughing… like in tears laughing. After we stopped recording I ask him if he wanted to do another retake and he said: “no–way what’s wrong with doing the rain dance”?
As Jon noted in the video he used 5 bags of Sand Paver Base.
It didn’t take us too long to actually lay down the logs.