|Forum topic by Lumber2Sawdust||posted 09-08-2010 05:19 AM||1168 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
09-08-2010 05:19 AM
I am working against the advancing seasons to finish building a shell of a greenhouse. This is a building attached to our detached garage (my workshop!) It is framed with redwood, and has reused glass for the glazing. The wall between the greenhouse and the garage is going to be covered in a stone veneer. The veneer is left over from another project and will work well as additional mass/heat sink for the greenhouse.
To prolong the life of the structure, it is recommended that the framing be sealed. The stone veneer would also benefit from being sealed with something. Since this is where we are growing a lot of our own produce, and we try to keep things organic, I’m trying to find an effective sealer that is also safe for this type of environment. It would be great if it is something that could be sprayed on since it’s a large structure and the veneer will have a course texture.
I’m thinking some of you guys that make cutting boards would have some good recommendations.