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In a BBC2 transmission " Wild in Your Garden " in May 2003, Simon King advised using creosote soaked rags to repel badgers.
It is best to avoid commercial wood preservatives, especially creosote.
There is not much difference between creosote forming from burning dry softwood as compared to burning green hardwoods.
The creosote is then forced in at a pressure of from 100 lb to 160 lb to the sq.
These woods contain a high amount of extremely flammable creosote which builds up on your chimney walls, leaving it prone to chimney fires.