wolcott Posted May 27, 2010 Share Posted May 27, 2010 Have about 20 1/2" thick plywood panels used at storm shutters in florida. They are cut to size so they fit inside the outside window openings with Plylox clips. They are a 2 years old, I believe. 1)What is an inexpensive way to perserve the wood? Should have done it right off the bat. Paint or stain? I rather not do polyurethane as it's hotter than hell right now and the fumes will knock me out. Can't do outside, as getting into the 'wet season.' 2)Anyway to take the bow out of the sheets? They are in small shed stacked against wall on 2 X 4 PT wood. Clamp them together? Link to comment
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