Drilling a heat treated pallet wood block to make an insect hotel. For information on how to recognise Heat Treated pallets or skids go to the Green Lever Blog - Contents Page.
FEKK. "MB" stands for Methyl Bromide the carcinogenic neurotoxin that's designed to kill wood-eating insects and really shouldn't be used indoors or on grass/dirt. This is my first time coming across this I usually only see "HT" (heat treated) pallets which are safe everywhere. Awesome find I could definitely use some mini studs but not at the risk of giving someone cancer #TRASHED. by reypurposed
Select pallets stamped with the letters “HT,” which indicates that they have been heat-treated, and not treated with chemicals that can leach into the soil and contaminate plants meant to be consumed such as herbs, vegetables and fruit. You Will Need: Soil Compost Broom Pry bar or hammer Garden rake Garden spade Wheelbarrow or bucket