Dry rot is a wood condition that is caused by fungus. According to LivingWithBugs.com, dry rot occurs from too much moisture. Typically, wood that has dry rot is brittle and weak. More »

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Apples, along with other types of fruit, begin to die the moment they are picked from the tree because they stop receiving vital nutrients, water and oxygen from the tree. The cells in apples break down and eventually di... More »

When food is slaughtered or harvested, its animal or plant tissue begins to decay. Without these tissues, microorganisms, such as molds, yeasts and spoilage bacteria, eat away at foods and cause the spoiling process. Oth... More »

One tip for repairing wood rot in an exterior wall is to probe damaged areas with a fine-pointed tool. Replace any wood that the probe penetrated to a depth of more than 1/8 inch or that shows obvious signs of water dama... More »

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Mr. Handyman is a contracting company with locations throughout the U.S. that repairs dry rot. GeneralContractor also provides information about individuals and companies by location who can provide this service. More »

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Dry eyes is a condition in which there is either insufficient tear production to lubricate the eyes, or the eyes produce tears that are of poor quality, states the National Eye Institute. Moreover, dry eyes can lead to e... More »

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To fix dry rot in wood, patch non-weight-bearing wood surfaces with epoxy or polyester resin wood filler. This approach requires removing loose and crumbling wood fibers and applying wood hardener and wood filler to rebu... More »

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