Aug 31, 2019

Cut Railroad Ties

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Railroad ties are strong, sturdy, and durable. You may have some in your yard that you’d like to repurpose, or simply want to cut them up to get them out of the way. Cutting railroad ties is not an easy task, and you should do it with caution. Some railroad ties may be coated in a carcinogenic chemical that can harm your lungs or skin, or have rocks and gravel set in them that can damage your tools. However, if you use the proper tools and safety measures, you can cut your railroad ties in a timely and risk-free manner.
 
Railroad ties are strong, sturdy, and durable. You may have some in your yard that you’d like to repurpose, or simply want to cut them up to get them out of the way. Cutting railroad ties is not an easy task, and you should do it with caution. Some railroad ties may be coated in a carcinogenic chemical that can harm your lungs or skin, or have rocks and gravel set in them that can damage your tools. However, if you use the proper tools and safety measures, you can cut your railroad ties in a timely and risk-free manner.
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