HELP! I did not use treated wood. Any solutions?
You can sawzall the studs at the height of a double bottom plate to ease removal of the non-treated plate and avoid cutting nails (fewer blades). Pressure treated bottom plate and regular for the second plate. No problem finding something to nail your baseboard to when the time comes. If any studs are a bit shy of the plate, shim them to snug them up before nailing. All they're doing is holding up the drywall, I'm assuming (not load bearing)...
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