rot-resistant


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Adj.1.rot-resistant - resistant to rotting
imperviable, impervious - not admitting of passage or capable of being affected; "a material impervious to water"; "someone impervious to argument"
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If the window frames are made of ferrous material, they are at risk of rusting, unless they are aluminum, and if they are wood, it is likely that 60-year-old windows are not rot-resistant.
He hung the reeds on the nails and tied them to a mat using rot-resistant line.
Mike crafted a modern fort using corrugated sheet metal for a roof and rot-resistant 4-by-4 white redwood fencing for walls, topped with a few coats of Thompson's WaterSeal, all for about $300.
The house is made of rot-resistant premium cedar and has an easy-mount hanger and an easy-clean chamber to customize chamber contents and easily clean out unwanted pests.
The strength and durability of wood from the elm made it the perfect rot-resistant material for ship paddlewheels, coffins and even water pipes, Stafford notes.
Its closed-cell structure makes it water- and rot-resistant, which is why it is used for wine and whiskey barrels.
Their soft and rot-resistant wood was used to make homes, furniture, musical instruments, fence posts, and railroad ties.
Supply, installation, maintenance and playground maintenance consist of modular elements naturally rot-resistant hardwood for the city of Neuilly-sur-Seine (Lot 2: Maintenance and games for children made of solid wood modular elements naturally rot).
The distinctive feature of Al Azizia, Muaither and Muraikh branches is that it uses globally acclaimed o[umlaut]wire shelves' manufactured in Germany and which are rust- and rot-resistant.
Many of the old homes and barns were built with it because it was termite- and rot-resistant and easy to work with.
Even saplings harvested from rot-resistant locust trees had succumbed to moisture and mildew.