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I'm not sure I'd be comfortable using pressure treated lumber inside a boat. The compounds the pressure treated wood is treated with are very nasty and fairly toxic... and I'd prefer not to be stuck in an enclosed boat with them.. Just MHO...

Hasn't affected me at all. I'm still perfectly nromal -- mornal -- normle -- damn!

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Have you read the warnings on the stuff...and the fact that the poison used to treat the wood can leach out... If you're going to have kids aboard...best not to use pressure treated wood on the interior.
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I think any poison that leeches out of the wood would have done so long ago. I cut the 1" strips from a portable launching ramp I had made for my dinghy many years ago. It had been outdoors exposed to the elements, and the lake, for many years. I needed to make a new one, so I salvaged what I could from the old. I could have used marine plywood but my budget did not allow that. I used what I had.

In any case, the treated wood is not being used in large expanses, such as a bulkhead. The relatively small number of 1" X 24" pieces are completely covered by the cedar ceiling.

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when I was a kid we used to swim in raw sewage, drink tap water, sleep in lead painted beds, drive cars with no seat belts, and no airbags, we rode bikes with no helmets, we didn't send kids to karate classes, we had no shrinks, we all smoked indoors....and damn it....


I'M STILL HERE!!!!!!!
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when I was a kid we used to swim in raw sewage, drink tap water, sleep in lead painted beds, drive cars with no seat belts, and no airbags, we rode bikes with no helmets, we didn't send kids to karate classes, we had no shrinks, we all smoked indoors....and damn it....


I'M STILL HERE!!!!!!!

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