Originally Posted by scrimshaw
I haven't been the expert on anything since I was 18 - the longer I live the more it seems there is to learn, even about things I have been doing for 20 years.
I would agree with Flynbrian - if it is pressure-treated plywood there is not much you can do with it until it dries out, and being it is inside that could take many months depending on climate inside the building. Here is some info on painting and staining after it dries.
Scrimshaw, as we get older we do become very adapt at certain things, whether we want to admit it or not it is inevitable and I do consider you to be an expert. But I can't for the life of me think of anything that I was an expert on when I was 18 years old. So I'm almost afraid to ask what it was that you were an expert on when you were 18 years old, but I got's ta know man!