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What’s The Best Way To Go About Sealing OSB For Exterior Use?

OSB is probably one of the strongest manufactured woods out there. In terms of its shear strength along, OSB sits heads and shoulders above Plywood. Which is why this material often gets used for roof sheathing. And, unlike MDF, those compressed OSB boards are surprisingly water-resistant, in that it doesn’t readily absorb moisture. Still, water-resistant …

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A Quick Guide To Choosing Between Polycrylic Vs Epoxy For Your Kitchen Countertop

Every kitchen countertop should ideally be coated with a water-resistant seal. Especially if the countertop is made from woods that aren’t naturally rot-resistant (such as Birch or Maple wood). Related Post: A Quick Beginners Guide To Rubberwood Vs Birch Wood [For A Butcher Block Countertop] And a quality sealer can do more than simply prevent …

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A Quick Beginners Guide To Rubberwood Vs Birch Wood [For A Butcher Block Countertop]

You’re probably no stranger to Birch wood. This North American hardwood is one of the more abundant, durable, and affordable hardwoods you can work with. Often used for the manufacture of Plywood, this sturdy lumber can also be found in cabinetry, moldings, and even butcher blocks. And then there’s Rubberwood. Contrary to some misconceptions, this …

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A Quick Beginners Guide To Rubber Wood Vs Teak Wood [For Furniture]

You’ve probably already heard a lot about Teak wood. This prized hardwood tropical timber is durable, hard-wearing, and even naturally rot-resistant. Widely used for making outdoor furniture and boat decking, Teak is a great choice for long-lived furniture. But, there is a high price to pay for Teak wood…quite literally! So, if you are in …

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