Sorry, I don't always have time to worry about a few miss spelled words.
Lorna, Thanks for responding in a professional manner to my post. You are my best critic on skoolie.net. I missed you being here when you were gone for a few month's last year.
We are still missing the biggest point to OSB.
The outdoor rated OSB you keep speaking of has no place in a bus due to the deadly, non interior rated chemicals used in the manufacturing process. These chemicals continue to out gas, poisoning the people inside the bus for many years after completion.
Some folks I know have seen massive changes to their over all health when the moved out of the home they had built using OSB in place of sheet rock on a few interior walls.
Is your health worth using a outdoor product inside your home?
If you spend the money to protect your health, you can always make more money.
If you take the cheaper less healthy choice, and ruin your health, your done. No turning back. No more making money.
I fully indorse using what ever you need to in a survival situation.
Same go's if your only building for temporary to just get by. Like me living in my shed.
What I'm trying to prevent is folks building nice, well planned, decent skoolies with sub standard material that is not intended, or safe for indoor use.
"Don't argue with stupid people. They will just drag you down to their level, and beat you up with experience."
Patently waiting for the apocalypses to level the playing field in this physiological game of life commonly known as Civilization