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Pressure-Treated Plywood Rated Sheathing (Common: 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: .703 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Pressure treated for Above Ground
  • Use in weather protected roof and wall applications
  • Lifetime limited warranty

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The 3/4 in. 48 in. x 8 ft. CDX Pressure-Treated Pine Plywood is great for building sheds, barns, playhouses and swing sets. It can be primed and painted or stained.

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  • Manufactured from Southern yellow pine
  • Pressure-treated against termites, rot and fungal decay
  • 3/4 in. 4 ft. x 8 ft.
  • Stainable and paintable
  • Ideal for a variety of applications where plywood will be exposed to the elements. Can be used in vertical applications when left uncovered. Great for barns, sheds, playhouses and swing sets
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  • Find the 3/4 in. 48 in. x 8 ft. CDX Pressure-Treated Pine Plywood 9430052, that's stainable and paintable and great for building sheds, barns, playhouses and swing sets at The Home Depot
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Pressure-Treated Plywood Rated Sheathing (Common: 23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: .703 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
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How long should you wait to paint ??

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I am putting this on a trailer, and I want to paint the plywood. How long should I wait.. I do not want to screw this down to trailer, then have to unscrew it to paint it.
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January 19, 2016
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It really depends on how damp it is. Sometimes it is already dry and sometimes if its a fresh bundle then its even still soaked. Just leave it out in the sun for like a day or two.
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August 11, 2015
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2 years
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July 17, 2015
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Most treated lumber can be painted pretty quickly. Some HD stores are starting to sell pre-stained lumber that has a Western Red Cedar appearance.
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May 26, 2015
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You should wait at least 24-48 hours.
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What is the best outdoor plywood? I plan on using 3/4 inch plywood for an outdoor Christmas display that is painted.

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see question above
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Salem, oregon
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September 9, 2015
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Depends how much money you have, I suppose, but AB marine grade is the best, but is spendy. HD has it (online) for $69.98.
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August 5, 2015
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Use the pressure treated 1/2" if the individual pieces you are making are not to large. Wear a breathing mask when cutting any pressure treated material.
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B/C Plywood would be the top of the line.
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I need 1/2" 4x8 sheet what does the .703 convert to in inches?

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This is almost 3/4" (.75").
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June 8, 2015
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This product measures .703 inches thick.
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Would this work to lay over our indoor sanded arena for a removeable temporary floor?

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Would work fine. I am assuming you are building a frame for them to screw to. They will be heavy, and if stored inside out of the wx, I would recommend untreated as it will be lighter. I would probably paint them.
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You can use the plywood for a temporary floor. However, it will buckle and move around. It really should not be used for this.
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Rated 2.8 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This stuff is JUNK, just purchased 8 sheets of this plywood... It literally fell apart and I even had to 2nd and 3rd guess if it even was treated. What a same that Home Depot would sell a product like this.. April 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Landfill Junk Just purchased this sheet less than 4 hrs ago and it's already coming apart. I didn't notice it until I started painting it. It did NOT look like this in the store. In fact, I had to dig through several culls sheets to find a descent looking sheet. I'm 20 miles from the store, which really makes it frustrating. Definitely should've listened to other guy who had this SAME PROBLEM. Must be ANOTHER BAD BATCH! Apparently, the fluid weakens the glue making it a piece of junk for the landfill. Should've just got a regular piece since I painting it for weather protection anyways. May 22, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Avoid Bought this a week ago, already has black mold, getting warped, and falling apart. Can't withstand outdoor elements at all. November 6, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by plywood delamination and holes Delamination was not from treating, but from plywood manufacturer not using enough or evenly applied glues. The glues used are rated for exterior and some times it comes to us like that prior to the treating process. Kinda like not buying a car built on Friday or Monday. Yes, poor QC on manufacturer, not treating. As far as hole in plywood or lumber. This is a QC issue. To test the lumber for proper chemical content it has to be drilled and sampled. Plugs are put into the holes after they are drilled. Can't do that on plywood. If you find treated lumber with plugs it has been tested and meets required levels. (Those without holes have also been tested, but that particular board was not drilled). Hope that helps to address some of the concerns posted. A treating engineer July 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by best purchase ever people complain treated plywood is wet . no kidding ,,it is supposed to be, that is how it is treated. May 1, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Order online get the rejects I ordered online and got a sheet that had 4 holes drilled in it and was not built right - It ws for a not important project so I used it. Will not load up an online order without reviewing all the products again. POOR customer service. January 27, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by delaminated before I got to install it Home depot is selling the worst quality building materials i have ever seen. I bought 4 sheets of this material and 2 out of 4 delaminated and the other 2 split at least halfway through (2 of the 4 layers formed a split) while drying in my garage (they were soaking wet when I bought them and not ready for installing). I will never buy materials from home depot again... there are much better lumber yards in Pearland. July 21, 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Pricey for Lots of Warp I recently used two of these sheets on a 2x6 framed foundation for a 7'x7.5' shed. When I went to purchase the plywood, I was shocked at the price tag. Last time I bought an untreated sheet of 23/32 plywood for building a workbench in my garage, it was under $20 a sheet! There weren't very many straight sheets near the top of the stack, so I just picked the two nearest the top that were least warped. Both sheets were cupped in both directions. I made sure that when I got them home, I laid them out flat with the convex side up so if they dried a little in the sun the cup wouldn't get any worse. They screwed down straight enough to the frame, but before I sunk all the screws into them, they were bowed enough that I could put my full weight (~140 lbs) in the middle of the sheet and bounce up and down on it without bottoming out. I really expected something higher quality for the price. May 28, 2014
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