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Non-marked are probably (I’d venture a guess as to absolutely) not safe.Here’s the thing that really matters:Is anyone or any thing going to touch them regularly without protection (gloves) and is anyone or any thing going to chew on them (like dogs).If so, don’t use unmarked or any pallet that doesn’t have the HT Mark.And if it’s stained, even HT pallets ...no. You don’t know what caused that stain.
It's from Denmark and is considered safe, natural wood.Denmark phased out Methyl Bromide in 1998.
How can you be so wrong in such a short comment?Legally they can't just swap out boards that don't match the HT label.Does it happen? Sure, but not usual unless the business is shady.
Again, not legally unless you're a shady company and like fines.