I am laying a plywood sheet floor in my shed. I have plywood that is certified for humid conditions rather than wet and the sticker on it also says that the edges and faces should be sealed. It is not pressure treated.
I expect the floor to stay dry as it is not in full exterior conditions. Similarly it is not in direct ground contact and is well ventilated underneath and will rest on pressure treated timber supporting beams. The beams will rest on bricks with a plastic layer between them to stop any water being wicked up from the concrete slab.
I wondered if it is worth sealing the faces and edges of the plywood to protect them if they are exposed to any water and from moisture in the air. I already have water repellent shed and fence coating paint (but it has waxes so not ideal for a floor or for overcoating) and basic multi-surface primer as well as interior wood paing and lots of old interior emulsion. What is good/sufficient for sealing the edges of plywood? I have considered and excluded epoxy sealer as overkill for this job.