Easy Cleanup After Splitting Firewood

For easy cleanup after splitting firewood, use a tarp to catch the chips and sawdust.
By Robert Firmiss Sr.
August/September 2001
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With a tarp, cleanup after splitting firewood is a breeze.
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Make cleanup a snap when you are splitting firewood wood or using a log splitter. Put down an 8-foot by 10-foot tarp under your work area. When you are done, move the log-splitter off the tarp and drag your mess wherever you want it to go. Quick and easy cleanup; no mess or raking.



















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