Jan 17 , 2018

High-and-Dry Plywood

Walking through the garage connected to Bruce’s shop, there were some riser blocks supporting a few sheets of plywood.

“I just cut some 2-in.-wide plywood scraps and screwed them together to form T-blocks and store the plywood over them. If snow, slush or rain sneaks in on the car tires and gets the floor wet, the wood is safe.”

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