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01-04-01, 06:41 AM   #1  
i would like to install cedar planking in my bathroom, but can't find any really reliable info on the subject. i will cover only half the wall height, and am curious if i need to waterproof any of the wood. i want to use unfinished wood, but am concerned about some moisture damage. also, i have a very dry heat source, and wonder if i should treat the wood at the radiator? help!!

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01-08-01, 07:09 PM   #2  
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any wood you use in a bath room area needs to be sealed or it will water spot over time and can not just be cleaned.
With the high heating you have I would seal both sides of the wood before instaling, seal all cut end as you cut and install...Good Luck

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