Bonsai Lime Sulfur, Shari, Jin. Bonsai wood preservati
Preserving dead wood PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 01 July 2008 16:50

Preserving bonsai dead wood is necessary to maintain the look of your bonsai. Sharis and Jins have to be treated regularly. There a lot of bonsai wood preservatives available in hardware stores. There are even wood sealants that you could use. Some people use ordinary wood paint, and some even use white PVA glue. Most people think that it is a matter of preference but it is not. Bonsai Lime sulfur has been used for a long time. Through experience it has been proven to be the most effective treatment for bonsai. If you have been in bonsai for quite a while and have tested all of the wood preservatives, sealants, glues, and paints, you will eventually discover the superiority of bonsai lime sulfur.

Bonsai Lime sulfur preserves wood by gradually fossilizing it. The lime, which is basically calcium, goes into the small cavities of the dead wood. It fills in the small spaces left away by decayed wood. In time the driftwood feels like it is turning into stone. It functions

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