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« Reply #15 on: October 16, 2010, 07:51:45 AM »




I have the same problem, one area if you step on it you get a small creeking sound.  But I can live with it.  It is after all a "wood floor" and now it creaks just like at Grandma's house.  Your floor is drop dead gorgeous, you did a super job on that. 

Take two atta boys outta petty cash for a job well done.

Put the same stuff in my shop office (the Man Cave) and it turned out something like yours.  Using some scrap left over we hammered a wagon for my grandson, he is only 14 months old, so he won't ever know it was a left over project.
 

I didn't use the tongue/groove in the bus, only in the office.  But it was a lot  __________ cheaper than $6K let me tell you.  Gotta go, the Dallas Cheerleaders are on CMT ... I am outta here!

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