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Model # 166014

Internet # 100063669

Store SKU # 166014

1/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. BC Sanded Pine Plywood

$22.02 /each
  • Plywood panels for home projects
  • Sanded and easy to work with
  • Strong, stable panels

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Product Overview

Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Sanded and smooth BC project panels are perfect for interior and exterior applications from yard art to wainscoting, do-it-yourself projects, cabinets, shelving and furniture to porch ceilings, soffits and flooring underlayment. These panels are ready to be painted. This plywood has great strenght and stiffness. These boards are easy to handle and install. They also have excellent nail and adhesive holding ability.

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  • Each piece of this lumber meets the highest quality grading standards for strength and appearance
  • Sanded project panels are perfect for interior and exterior applications
  • Great for yard art to wainscoting, do-it-yourself projects, cabinets, shelving and furniture to porch ceilings, soffits and flooring underlayment
  • Excellent appearance when painted
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product thickness (in.) 
0.47 
Actual product width (in.) 
47.938 
Nominal Product Length (ft.) 
Nominal Product Thickness (in.) 
1/4 
Nominal Product Width (ft.) 
Product Depth (in.) 
0.25 
Product Height (in.) 
96 
Product Length (ft.) 
8 ft 
Product Thickness (in.) 
1/4 in 
Product Width (ft.) 
4 ft 
Product Width (in.) 
48 

Details

Plywood Type 
Sanded Plywood 
Pressure Treated 
No 
Product Thickness x Width x Length 
1/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. 
Stainable/Paintable 
Paintable 
Tounge and Groove 
No 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
See store for details 

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1/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. BC Sanded Pine Plywood
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What does the BC stand for?

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South Lyon, MI
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April 12, 2015
I am installing a new bathtub suround and it asks me to put up 1/4 inch thick furring strips on the studs first,I would like to use plywood instead,to make the suround firmer. What comes in 4 by 8 sheets that is .25 thick that I can use?
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June 14, 2016
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BC stands for interior grade plywood with one side having a "B" finish and one side having a "C finish. I personally would NOT use this particular product in a bathroom. The glue is NOT moisture resistant and you will likely have expansion issues in the long run. BTW, "1/4" in this industry does not really mean 1/4" in most cases. Also, most furring strips are nom. 1 inch (3/4 - 13/16) thick. Are you Read More
BC stands for interior grade plywood with one side having a "B" finish and one side having a "C finish. I personally would NOT use this particular product in a bathroom. The glue is NOT moisture resistant and you will likely have expansion issues in the long run. BTW, "1/4" in this industry does not really mean 1/4" in most cases. Also, most furring strips are nom. 1 inch (3/4 - 13/16) thick. Are you sure they meant 1/4"? Read Less
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April 19, 2016
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Here is an answer that will provide some useful information.
Grade A is smooth. It can be painted and has a limited number of patches.
The B grade is solid, and has a few more knots and may even have very minor splits.
Grade C allows for limited splits and discoloration or sanding effects, provided the plywood strength is not affected. C plugged grade plywood is an improved version of C grade. Read More
Here is an answer that will provide some useful information.
Grade A is smooth. It can be painted and has a limited number of patches.
The B grade is solid, and has a few more knots and may even have very minor splits.
Grade C allows for limited splits and discoloration or sanding effects, provided the plywood strength is not affected. C plugged grade plywood is an improved version of C grade. The difference is that the splits and cracks are not as big as those found on C grade.
Grade D plywood features knotholes of up to three inches across the grain and even some cracks. This grade of plywood should never be used outdoors, because it will swell and break down if it gets wet..
BC plywood is the most common. One side, B-grade, is better quality, while the C-side is lower quality. You would use this grade when one side is visible and it needs to be good quality, while the back side is not exposed. Read Less
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April 11, 2016
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This is the stuff. It's really about .224 after sanding. By the time you get it home, the humidity will have probably swelled it, and you won't notice the slight difference once you have installed over the irregular surface of the studs anyway.
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April 12, 2015
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BC Sanded Plywood is a structural wood panel composed of a B-grade face, C-grade back, and C-grade inner plies cross-banded for strength. The face is fully repaired and sanded smooth.
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Is this interior or exterior plywood?

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June 14, 2016
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Interior based on the BC grade designation. Exterior grade would be BCX (the X being for exterior grade glue). The Marketing Department probably does not know the difference ... and frankly, if you _completely_ seal and paint the heck out of it it might work for your outside project (as long as it is NOT in contact with the ground and maintained scrupulously).
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It is only exterior rated if it is glued with exterior rated glue. This not specified in the specifications, which it should be. Regardless, you should seal the wood for exterior use, either with a clear spray, or paint.
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October 6, 2015
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The specifications page claims this plywood is suitable for interior and exterior applications.
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What are the specs?

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February 5, 2016
Your specifications make no sense. One says the thickness is 1/4", another says it is .47 ( which is almost a half inch).
What is it really?
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.224" judging from the smaller sheet.
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February 10, 2016
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The plywood is .25 inches thick.
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Is the Actual thickness exactly .25"?

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This is actually .224" thick just like the smaller, 2'x4' sheet.
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January 24, 2016
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Yes, the plywood is 1/4 inch thick.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good for shiplap without the cost of actual shiplap! Used 1/4 in. plywood ripped down into 6 in. pieces to construct a shiplap wall. Was very smooth to begin with but ran over it with a palm sander to smooth the edges that we cut. Also used 1x4's, 1x6's, and 1x4's that we ripped down to 1x2/s from Home Depot for the baseboards and window trim. Love it all! July 14, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by NOT for exterior use... Although the description indicates this material can be used for exterior applications, this is not the case. I purchased several sheets of this and stacked it up overnight just prior to a rain. The next afternoon I went to start my project and noticed that the plies were separating on the top sheet. I made the long drive back to HD and exchanged it with no problem for a perfect sheet of plywood. I threw it on the pile as it was too late to get started. The next morning, after the dew had dried, that new sheet was coming apart too... Needless to say the entire stack went back! Plywood should be able to make it through a light evening dew for one day without the glue failing... Beautiful plywood if the humidity is right, but very poor quality. June 12, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Not much to say here... It's plywood and it works. Used it to line the inside of my shed. Pretty straightforward stuff and didn't deal with a lot of splintering which I've had with other thinnish plywood. May 23, 2014
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