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house works: the secret to preventing tools from rusting in winter

by:ORK      2020-03-18
The temperature we arrived here in Canada fluctuated a lot, except to leave them in the backyard during a thunderstorm, causing more tools to rust.
When the garage temperature warms after cold weather, it produces condensate on cold tools, just like in summer on cold drinks.
Rust can be caused by a little water.
I have been working on this until I have found two secrets to solve this problem.
First of all, you need some kind of sealed toolbox to store the tools;
Second, you need a way to make the inside of the toolbox more dry than usual.
Starting with a waterproof toolbox that has a rubber seal around tightfitting lid.
Stanley did this great toolbox.
Next, put a desiccant in the box.
A desiccant is a bag or a can of moisture-
Hungry particles that take water out of the air.
One of the most widely used desiccant is known as the moisture collector, which happens to be Canadian.
They have bags large and small.
One will keep the largest toolbox bone dry all winter with no tools to rust.
The first thing to understand is that there is no wood
Not even under pressure.
If the moisture level is high enough, it will resist decay for a long time.
So the \"replace and use it\" option will not work.
You do need to replace the floor support beam, but there are other things you need to do as well.
Another thing to understand is that in Canada, the form of moisture in the rotten crawling space is not just liquid water or penetration from the ground.
Yes, it is usually a problem, but it is not the only source of grief;
Even the most destructive
You can leak it completely-
If warm and humid air is allowed to enter the area in the summer, the free-crawling space and floor support beams will still rot.
The cool temperature of the crawl space causes the outdoor air temperature to drop.
This raises the relative humidity of the space to the dew point, causing condensation of moisture on the surface, which seems to be everywhere.
There are two options: either seal the crawling space and run the dehumidifier in the summer;
Or open enough wall of crawling space to remove moisture problems with full natural ventilation.
This may be the best choice for you.
Imagine your cabin sitting on the pillars in four corners, not on the walls of the crawling space.
Will not rot without the support beam, because there will be no accumulation of water.
Between your current situation and your imagination.
The wall option is a level of ventilation that can prevent moisture problems.
Because your cabin is not heated in winter, the temperature of the floor does not matter.
To solve this problem, you are free to get as much outdoor air as possible into the crawl space.
Please note that to make the indoor temperature and humidity of the crawl space the same as outdoor, a large number of ventilation areas are required.
You will still have harmful humidity levels if there is not enough ventilation space and airflow.
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