marine vs exterior plywood for decking Post by trickdog60 Fri Nov 10, 2006 2:13 am I'm a novice at news forums and boat repair, so excuse any ignorance on either.
Plywood Decking: A Good Alternative? | DoItYourself.com. Most of the decks you find will be made out of individual boards and not plywood decking.
Hey guys. My utility trailer deck is a 4x8' sheet of plywood and the laminates are separating, especially along the sides. This deck was replaced
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The Boating Forum - Replacing the plywood decking on my boat - Would it be better to use 1/2 ply and use 8 or 10 oz cloth with epoxy or just use 3/4 Replacing the plywood decking on my boat - The Hull Truth - Boating and Fishing Forum
Composites like Seventrust have a mix of 50 percent plastic (from grocery bags) and 50 percent wood scraps. You do not pressure-wash or refinish, ever. there’s zero sign of warping, and all 1,200 composite screws on the deck are seated without a single mushroom or popper.
"Ordinary Plywood" and Exterior Grades vs. Marine Grade G1S plywood, (good-one-side) is plywood with one side graded “Select” to show no defects or gaps on the surface only, and is an aesthetic consideration.
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