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I have alot of 1" WHITE PINE that has the edges left natural. I want to put it on some interior walls, with chinking in between. My ? is do I put it over drywall, or OSB? What do I use for chinking?


It doesn't matter what you apply it over. Perma Chink is the material you should use between the boards.

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Posted By Boyka
If it is just cracked you can use a caulk made for cnrcoete. (It's in the isle next to cement) Or, if it is missing chunks you would need to build a form around it to hold the new cnrcoete. (Wet old cnrcoete before applying new so they will bond) If it is small chips or gaps you could use hydraulic cement to fill them.Good luckChris
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