"Failure to communicate."Guys, I'm not building an RV, and my plans / instructions do not indicate the holes you have recommended.
I'm not disagreeing with what you are saying wrt the RV, only that my installation is different.
Sorry for the confusion.I don't know what you're building,
LOL.I dare anyone to claim to have too many Clecoes.
I visited a multi-HBA builder, and prominently on his table was a vacuum sealer. His standard practice is to vacuum pack all hardware that he doesn’t need for his current task, to protect it from humidity driven rust / corrosion. I doubt that Toobuilder would benefit from this practice, but it is helpful here in high-humidity Florida, unless one runs a dehumidifier.
Does anyone here similarly vacuum seal hardware?
Agree. That is a big issue for me. I buy some of these https://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200699633_200699633?cm_mmc=Google-LIA&utm_source=Google_LIA&utm_medium=Safety > Safety Matting&utm_campaign=Ironton&utm_content=60769&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIxf7prsHx7AIVBoiGCh2ljwuwEAQYASABEgKWrvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsNot sure if mentioned but I found a good throw rug to stand on makes long term sanding or even gluing much easier on the back and legs.