Remove a stump by cutting it as close to the ground as possible using a chain saw, drilling a pattern of holes in the top and adding potassium nitrate. Fill the holes with water, and allow the chemical to work for severa... More »

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To remove a tree stump using chemicals, drill holes into the stump, and fill them with tree stump removal granules and water. The chemicals in these pellets speed up the rotting process. More »

Bromide Stump-Out and Spectracide are effective chemical stump removal products, according to TreeRemoval.com. Tordon RTU is an effective liquid alternative to these granular products. It is also popular among consumers ... More »

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Remove a tree stump cut close to the ground by drilling holes, filling them with potassium nitrate and boiling water, waiting a few months, then burning the stump. The process is slower than stump grinding and works best... More »

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According to BestBuyMetals.com, doing most of the work on the ground is highly recommended; thus, one can begin by drilling screw holes on the panels making sure that they are measured for pre-drilling accurately. Then, ... More »

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To convert a refrigerator or freezer into a smoker, remove all drawers and crispers, and drill holes in the sides and top of the unit. The shelves within a refrigerator can be configured in whatever manner best fits the ... More »

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Build a three-hole washer game by building two identical boxes, cutting three holes in the top of each box and attaching the two boxes with a length of chain. Playing the game requires six 3-inch fender washers. Complete... More »