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OSB (Oriented Strand Board) Flooring
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I was thinking of using wafer board (oriented strand board or OSB) for studio flooring in my kinda large art studio -- it looks cool, it can take a beating, and it's cheap. That was until I read about the health hazards of all that formaldahyde off-gassing! Does anybody know about any bio-based composite that is locally available which I could use instead? Cork and linoleum are too $$ for the amount of space I have to cover, but I definitely need to put something over the cement slab (both for my feet and to cut the chill). Any suggestions really appreciated!
Prototypical Poor Starving Artist
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