How to choose good quality plywood?
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When choosing plywood, you should look at the grade and type of wood used to make the plywood, its thickness, and whether it’s been treated or not. Grade A plywood is usually made from hardwoods such as birch, maple, and oak, with few defects.
Type B is usually made from softwoods like pine, with more knots and blemishes. The thickness of the plywood should be appropriate for the project you are working on. Finally, make sure the plywood is properly treated to be moisture-resistant, so it can handle being exposed to water or dampness.