I understand that when making surface panels, i.e. top for a router table, table saw extension table, etc., that it needs to be covered on both sides to prevent uneven moisture absorption, warping, etc. But it seems like a waste of laminate to put laminate on both sides. Wouldn't it be just as good and more economical to put sealer, polyurethane, Deft, etc. on one side (and the edges) and then just put laminate on the top? Wouldn't that accomplish the same thing? Where am I going wrong here?
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