I am planning to build a few pallets, probably just 2 way pallets but possibly 4 way, and I think I will have someone that can wax dip them for me to save painting. If the bottom supports that contact the ground are made from basic pine will the wax dipping be enough to protect them against rot in contact with the ground? The other option would be to use wood treated for ground contact on those parts. I will probably use CDX plywood for the bottom board part and either ripped plywood strips or lath of some sort for the rim. If I were to use treated wood for part of it should the rest of the pallet be dipped and then treated wood added? Would the treated wood contaminate the wax supply in the tank and then contaminate later pieces like hive boxes?