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Re: Cherry T&G flooring
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Cherry T&G flooring ()

Barry Irby
Put two or more pieces together and lay them on a flat surface and look at them from the end. I have found a lot of T&G flooring pieces are "eased" on the bottom side. That is, when the top surface is pulled up tight, the bottom edges will have a 1/32" or more space. Makes it easier to make the top tight without interference from the bottom side. Also makes it hard to make a self supporting panel as only the top shoulders will be glued.

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