The following editor will introduce to you the specific processing details of preservative wood. Wood has the characteristics of stronger stability and longer preservative time through preservative soaking. Not only has a strong antiseptic effect, but also prevents molds, termites and insects from harming wood. Therefore, the treated wood can be kept in the harsh environment for a long time without showing damage. This process is a key step in preservative treatment. The wood put in preservatives undergoes physical and chemical reactions, and the starch, cellulose and sugars in the wood are changed, and then to increase the preservative effect of the wood and improve the preservative function of the wood in the wild. The preservative will continuously and evenly penetrate into the middle area of the wood, continuously completing the preservative components of starch, cellulose and sugar and the chemical reaction process of wood. Then the wood strengthens rot fungi and insects to cause further damage. Because of changes in the environment, the structure of wood cells will change. The process of natural air drying can be very well adapted to wild wooden floors and special anticorrosive wooden floors in the wild. This is the process of fixing the largest mutation to avoid any hazards in use.