Isn't ALL construction plywood supposed to have an API stamp on it? WHen I was in the union I laid/hung thousands of sheets of CDX, for 3/8" to 1 1/8". The inspectors always wanted to be able to see the stamp.
I thought I remember in apprentice school when we learned what the stamp was and how to read it, that all construction plywood was supposed to have a stamp and you should be able to read it, wherever it was, by walking the floor.
Well, here's the thing; I just bought a couple of sheets of 3/4" CDX from HD and when I was cutting it to size for the counter I realized that there was no stamp. It wasn't faded or even a light, partial stamp, it just wasn't there.
Isn't the stamp mandatory?
My diet is working good. I'm down to needing just one chair now.
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