Closing stairs with poplar plywood primed, by Koen

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I closed the open staircase in my new-build home with 15 mm thick poplar plywood planks. The stairs are now closed and transfer steps can be placed as a next step.

Work description: how did you realize your project

  1. Measure the different steps
  2. Order the plates (in my case Poplar Multiplex 15mm) at and give each plank a unique characteristic
  3. Mount the plates on the steps. I used the 'wolfcraft undercover jig set' for that myself
  4. Seal the drill holes with Albastine Wood Filler (tube)
  5. Seal the edges with Alabastine flexible wood sealant
  6. Paint the stairs (primer was not necessary because the plates are already primed by!)

Final size: What are the outer dimensions?

Beforehand I measured every step. That was quite a job.

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How next?

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€ 492,59

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