Moisture Meter

Old Sep 3rd 2014, 3:07 pm
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I picked up a moisture meter in Lidl a few days ago. It can be used to check for dampness in walls and has a scale for wood so you can check if your logs are seasoned enough for burning. It was about 3000 Ft.
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Old Sep 3rd 2014, 4:26 pm
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Originally Posted by fidobsa
I picked up a moisture meter in Lidl a few days ago. It can be used to check for dampness in walls and has a scale for wood so you can check if your logs are seasoned enough for burning. It was about 3000 Ft.
fidbsa I had one sent as present same they got it from Lidl and yes good on stove wood, by the way this summer able to pick up a years supply of Hatherwood Orange Marmalade 321fh my stock for 1 year 20db digger
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Old Sep 3rd 2014, 8:40 pm
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Originally Posted by fidobsa
I picked up a moisture meter in Lidl a few days ago. It can be used to check for dampness in walls and has a scale for wood so you can check if your logs are seasoned enough for burning. It was about 3000 Ft.
Good tip
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Old Sep 7th 2014, 9:20 pm
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Good tip
Likewise, I would never have thought of that - will need to give it a try if they have one left!
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