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Old 11-17-2017, 12:28 AM
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I've smashed up unwanted / dirty furniture with an axe and slegehammer in the back yard. The wood frame gets burned. Mix it with some natural sticks and tree limbs if you need to. The metal parts get smashed and folded over to fit in a trash can. If I have to get out the sawzall with the hacksaw blade, I can. It doesn't take too long to cut through most metals.
Foam and synthetic cloth get cut or chopped off and stuffed into the trash can.
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Old 11-17-2017, 05:56 AM
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Burn it no one will come investigating.
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Tannerite worked great 10 lb is all it took.
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Old 11-17-2017, 02:19 PM
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Advertising illegal activities on public forum not the smartest of ideas.
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Tannerite worked great 10 lb is all it took.
I would suggest you blow up that useless truck you have
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I didn't burn it
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Cousin Tony put his couch in the drive about a car length in with a note that said "Gino, here's the couch. Sorry I couldn't stay and help load it, had to get to work.
When he got home it was gone.
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Around here where I live you can't burn anything that does not grow on your property and they have closed all the public dumpster locations so we don't have anywhere we can haul it off. So you can always haul it off to some secluded dirt road and throw it on the side of the road. No just kidding big pieces of furniture are hard to get rid of nowadays.
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