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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 24, June 11, 2006, Article 30

QUERY: BEST WOOD FOR LIBRARY SHELVING?

Last week Ed Perkin asked about the best wood for library shelving.
David Ganz writes: "My experience is that Home Depot wood (typical
pine) that is either stained or polyurethaned works well. The key
is to brace every 18 inches to preclude bowing. I have done this
many times in my law office and for home numismatic library and the
distance between posts is more important than the wood or the
protective covering."

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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