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Old 05-03-2016, 08:05 AM   #15
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Originally Posted by Mich F View Post
We had to totally remove the front wall on mine because it was pretty much all bad. My son removes all traces of wood on the filon, before reinstalling them, and uses a glue called Stabond
Boy does that look familiar. Love to have that garage to work in.

I am in the sanding mode now on the filon to remove any stuck on pieces. Most of it peeled right off.

Did you coat the new bunk plywood before applying the Stabond or just apply it directly to the plywood?
Since I could not use treated wood I was thinking about painting it with exterior paint first. I used a half inch sheet and a 3/8 sheet offset by 4" to make up for that seam created by 8' stock plywood. I used 3M contact cement to laminate the two sheets into one. I have built several counter tops and the procedure was very similar.

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Old 05-03-2016, 04:50 PM   #16
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West epoxy

I have a large amount of west epoxy and I could coat the edges of the plywood with that instead of the paint idea.

I plan to use that to re laminate the side walls in front of the Windows as well.

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Old 05-03-2016, 05:50 PM   #17
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That was actually in a 5,000 sq ft warehouse. My son had the use of 2 adjoining 5,000 sq ft warehouses for a couple of years. Now he has to get by with just one.
I believe he applies the Stabond to untreated wood and filon. Once those surfaces mate, you can't move them.
Using epoxy on the wood sounds like a good idea.

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