We'll explain the differences between plywood and reconstituted wood products (like OSB, MDF and particle board) and help you decide which one to use for your next project. Reconstituted wood products are made by mixing leftover wood parts with glue or resin at high heat and pressure. Since they don't have a grain pattern, they won't bow or warp like traditional plywood.
Note: Some items and sizes may not be stocked in stores but are available via Special Order.
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