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What are the effects of burning Phos-check {fire retardant} sprayed on the wood in a wood burning stove in the home?
Question Date: 2013-01-13
Answer 1:

It looks like Phos-Chek works by making woodland materials non-flammable. So if you spray Phos-Chek on the wood in a wood burning stove, it will make it more difficult to light a fire in the stove using this wood.

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