5mm here in total, better than a poke in the eye with a blunt stick. Winds here weren't too bad. Restumping my outdoor deck area this week with tallowwood and yellow stringybark 100x100 cut on-farm and air dried for 12 months, nice to work with instead of the crap they try to sell you at retail timber outlets. Was a bit rusty at the start using the dumpy level and staff as it has been a while. The decking material is still sound so am just inverting it and relaying after denailing and running through the planer thicknesser. Nice when you get to work on your own place for a change. S.O.P, I have a few hectares of mature hoop pine that I will not yet cut because the price is too low for me. When I cut it and mill fresh I spray household bleach over the wet boards to deter green mould and fungal attack and dust with a light sprinkle of powdered borax to deter insect attack before I strip it out and stack it with a sheet of corrugated iron strapped over the top. What treatments do you use?