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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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The uppers are rot-resistant nylon rather than canvas.
When he replaced the last deck in 2016, he used rot-resistant cedar, using a power planer and table saw to thin 1"x10" cedar boards to 5/16"x 2 1/2" for the deck boards.
He built it out of rot-resistant lumber, and the bottom is a piece of metal roofing.
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. Consider removing the caulking and return the windows to their original condition.
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.
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.