Re: Re(2): Carpenter ants

The plywood had gotten damp but there were no signs of deterioration
and other than the skimming of one layer by the carpenter ants, it
was sound.

> domesteading at sculptors dot com writes: 
>Guess it doesn't really matter
> whether they eat it or not.  The end 
>result is the same -- the
> wood is destroyed.
> I think Ingrid's point was that, by the time the carpenter ants get there,
> the wood is already deteriorated... and you can protect yourself from
> carpenter ants by doing those things that protect against dry rot, etc.
> jmr

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