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Old 04-05-2011, 08:47 AM   #1
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can i glue down the new rubber onto new osb or plywood? or do i need to use recovery board

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If the OSB has been screwed down (rather than nailed), you can adhere directly to it. Your membrane will likely last longer with recovery board, though. Plywood can de-laminate, so it's not a good choice for use w/o recovery board.

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Both are ok to glue to if screwed as said before. It is however better to use a recovery board to protect the EPDM. Also it takes more glue to glue to plywood and even more to OSB then a recovery board.
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