help! I live in vermont and each winter season my atlas flex track kinks after I spend each summer relaying it. My bench works is half-inch good quality plywood with homosote, cork road bed and atlas flex track. The first time the track developed kinks my modeler friends said that the homosote needed to be sealed. The next summer I tore up the track and homosote, sealed it both sides and relayed the homosote and track. During the winter the track kinked again, not quite as bad, but kinked. My layout is located in my basement that is a finished living area and heated during the cold season. At the moment I am not sure what to do. Some of my friends are telling me to use molded track such as Bachmann ez-track or Life-like power-loc with plastic roadbed because so systems will not kink, others tell me to use contact cement to lay atlas flex track and that will prevent any future problems. After relaying my layout twice now I want my next relaying (this summer) of the track to be my last! Can anyone help me with suggestions?