Aug 30, 2020 2:12 pm
I am looking at making a tool board, I don't have that many tools at the moment and will never have loads either. I have a gap that is 80cm wide and up to 210cm tall.
I have couple of hammers, saws, screwdrivers, spanners, spirit level, spade drill bits and hole saw bits and proably some other smaller things I've forgotten about.
What wood and thickness should I use for it? I have seen 6mm OSB and plywood and also 12mm MDF & plywood at bunnings, which is the best one to go for?
Do I need it to H2 treated against termites? It's going to be in a covered carport area in SA
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