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Building a project where I'll be lining the interior bottom and top with the "cedarsafe" planks sold at HD...

Will I able to glue and clamp this product to a plywood sub-surface without any problem? I'd like to avoid nailing it if possible. Was kind of thinking that the cedar might have some oils preventing a good glue up.

 

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Toolmaann said:
Building a project where I'll be lining the interior bottom and top with the "cedarsafe" planks sold at HD...

Will I able to glue and clamp this product to a plywood sub-surface without any problem? I'd like to avoid nailing it if possible. Was kind of thinking that the cedar might have some oils preventing a good glue up.
It would seem that stuff would be similar to putting up wainscotting. You could use liquid nails, which would hold it fine.

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