Right so I understand #Plywood 's on Fire! - gonna replace #pallet #wood. (PRAISE!) But 1. Literally. The Japanese art of scrotching wood. 2. Scorced Plywood Floor (Mixed feelings and fears on both.) 3. Feels good to know I was ahead of the curve in 2000. #plywoodwall (other elements after me) #trends #walls #floors #make 
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  • jb_buildingmoxieRight so I understand #Plywood 's on Fire! - gonna replace #pallet #wood. (PRAISE!) But 1. Literally. The Japanese art of scrotching wood. 2. Scorced Plywood Floor (Mixed feelings and fears on both.) 3. Feels good to know I was ahead of the curve in 2000. #plywoodwall (other elements after me) #trends #walls #floors #make
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  • blissranchI used to burn wood with a little torch back in the 80's because I remembered people doing it the 70's but I NEVER thought of doing that to a large scale project. So technically I'm behind the curve I was ahead of right?
  • jb_buildingmoxie@blissranch ha... probably exactly! And part of the discussion i saw yesterday seemeld to say it was a thing in the 70s.
  • jb_buildingmoxie@blissranch I think its a cool concept but probably a little dangerous in the hands of novice pinners. For disclosure have never scorched anything personally well on purpose. see: grilled cheese. Can say i do love me a nice slab of birch ply however.
  • kathysandler@jb_buildingmoxie Was totally a thing in the 70s. My Dad taught me the technique when we were building my parents king-sized waterbed frame. He let me flame the wood. TMI? Definitely. 😉
  • jb_buildingmoxie@kathysandler ha. No. Well nothing says the 70s like a waterbed. What was the texhnique you used? Did you apply something flammable to the wood?
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