Planing treated wood? : woodworking - Reddit I'm drunk and full of opinions: don't built it with anything pressure treated, that stuff is ugly and I'm convinced is bad for your lungs. Buy teak or something that the lumberyard guy tells you can handle outside life with minimal maintenance. If your table is thin, you may be able to buy less wood. Good luck!
Can I run pressure treated deck boards through thickness planer Cleaning the deck is the right call here. I wouldn't in general countenance planing PT stock (or doing any other operation to it in bulk, especially sanding). Yes you can protect yourself from the dust at the time you're working it but without being alarmist, every particle of it should be considered a potential toxin.
How to Straighten Warped Wood in 4 Easy (and Cheap) Steps Jan 9, 2014 I am tooling and lumbering up for some furniture projects this year, and figured out how to straighten warped wood from our expert Christopher I'm sitting here looking at a serviceable wooden-bodied jack plane already in my possession, and that's the tool I should use to flatten my rough-sawn boards.
toxicity - Tips for recognizing aged pressure treated wood Assume the wood has been treated with CCA if you think the wood could have been processed prior to 2003 (the year that EPA said to stop this silliness). However, if you have a small hand plane, you can do a few quick passes to see if you get down to the 'green' color popping out. doing this on the 'least' aged side