Greetings, was going to wait till I was a little further along before posting anymore pics but I have a question about sealing the bottom side of the real wood.
Had to build this in place due to having to go around the posts but it is possible to separate the real wood from the osb and lift it up a couple of feet if necessary and coat the bottom with a poly. question is; is it really necessary being on top of the osb which has several layers of packing tape that prevented the real wood from gluing to it?
The osb has large holes which except washer head screws to hold them together allowing for expansion and contraction.
So far with some research, waterlox will be used on the top side as a final finish; unless someone has a better suggestion. :-)
This is taking way longer than I thought it would, all the sanding is done by hand with blocks and each piece is sanded before the next strip is glued to it…....... and lol 1/2 mile of strips in this one. :0
Thanks for stopping by!!
Cheers – Jeff
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