I can only find reference to phenolic surface treatments on typical plywood floors so here goes.
I'm just reading an article on phenolic plywood in Finewoodworking magazine and it seems like it should be in the running as a replacement floor material. The article says it's Baltic birch plywood covered two sides with phenolic sheet. Not too heavy, not too expensive, not too hard to find, superior strength, flatness and durability, resistant to moisture, heat, chemicals and abrasion. Easy to cut/ machine. 4' x 8' 3/4" sheets from $54. So what am I missing here?
Has anyone used it already on their trailer?
1960 Sovereign 33' Pacific Railroad Custom