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what is the correct method of lining a cedar chest with cedar strips?
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Hi Greg welcome to the forum
I usually buy cedar closet lining, it has a tongue and groove just cut to fit.

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Welcome to the forum Greg.

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Welcome sir. What he said. Buy tongue and groove aromatic cedar. I had some in the shop left over that still smells good.
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I use the tongue and groove cedar closet lining, cut it to fit and attach it with Liquid Nails®.
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A light sanding releases a fresh scent.
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