[pure-silver] Re: Tray Ladders

For my sink, I've preferred to use MDF which is stable and doesn't crack or 
delaminate.
I treated it with two layers of a very fluid varnish that goes deep into the 
wood's pores as to make it as waterproof as possible and finally 2-3 layers of 
bi-component polyurethane paint, the heavy duty one used for garage floors 
(that thing stinks as hell when wet but has no odor once dried).
It's working fine for 8 years now and shows only light signs of wear.

I'm pretty sure a tray ladder made this way should also last pretty long.

Claudio Bonavolta
www.bonavolta.ch

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De: Tim Daneliuk <tundra@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Aug 2009 08:26:43 -0500
Sujet: [pure-silver] Re: Tray Ladders
À: pure-silver@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

>I like the idea of the home made one above, but I would never build anything
>for the darkroom out of wood without completely sealing it against
>moisture.  My sink is always wet and moisture migrating into wood
>leads to mold and delamination of plywood.
>
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