I am a very novice woodworker. My son would like a fort/playhouse, so
I purchased a book called "Housebuilding for Children". I think I can
The only thing I'm curious about is that it calls for homosote for the
of the playhouse and the roof. Is this better than plywood? Is this
really the best choice? Will it deteriorate at a faster rate than
Can I paint it? Excuse my ignorance.
Thanks for any replies,
They're still making that stuff?
Put it this way, when I was a little kid I could kick a hole in a piece of
it. Only good things I'll say about it is that it cuts with a knife and
makes decent archery targets for a kid-sized bow.
Reply to jclarke at ae tee tee global dot net
Yes, but you don't want to.
About the only thing homosote is good for is indoor model train layouts
since it has good sound deadening qualities.
My suggestion is to get another book for reference.
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