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Old 08-16-2017, 08:08 PM   #31
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If you absolutely need to waterproof your ply, roll west system penetrating epoxy (or similar) on all exposed surfaces and edges, this way you can go with an exterior grade plywood which is made with the same good glue as marine grade, marine grade plywood is better because each layer in the plywood is knot free without any gaps more than a 16th of an inch in the layers, all other ply can have gaps up to 1/4" as well as open knot holes in the under layers with AA having a nice sheet on both exterior sides and AB having a nice sheet on one side and a clean sheet on the other.
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