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Which cheap plywood are suitable for use as siding-and-sheathing?
I know there are plywoods that are intended for this purpose, with an attractive face and often cut grooves to make it look like board-and-batten or other traditional vertical sidings. T1-11 is a ...
Jun 29 '12 at 1:31
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