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Sande Plywood (Common: 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.472 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Triple sanded for perfect finish
  • Surface ideal for staining, painting and laminating
  • Stable and flat panel for ease of working
$31.95 /each

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Sandeplywood is a Home Depot Exclusive. Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance.

  • Key Attributes:- Minimal core veneer voids - a quality core helps eliminate chip out that can damage or destroy the work piece when sawn or routed- Minimal core veneer overlaps - a quality core helps eliminate telegraphing to the face/back which can cause an uneven stain appearance when a stain is applied- Calibrated panel - provides a uniform thickness to the panel from end/end that insures that all cut pieces of the project fit properly
  • Sandeplywood delivers durable beauty in cabinets, furniture, shelving, wall panels, entertainment centers, tables and various interior projects.
  • Sandeplywood can be painted, stained or laminated.
  • Other products needed with Sandeplywood projects: saw blades, screws, hardware (Knobs, hinges and handles), wood conditioner, sealers, stain, paint, edgebanding, sand paper, tack clothes and brushes.
  • 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.
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Sande Plywood (Common: 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.472 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
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would 1/2" plywood work for a floor in a shed with a tool box and etc.

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April 11, 2016
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Do not use any sheet less than 5/8" thick. Use standard pine plywood or 3/4" Advantech .
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Yes if joists are 16" on center however you would be better of with 3/4" un-sanded common ext. plywood which is about the same cost.
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December 26, 2015
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Use Pressure treated wood for outside sheds.
This product isnt recommended for floors with
any type of dampness/moisture from the ground.
Use the proper materials for the job and sleep well.
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Since this is "sandeply", I would not suggest this for any use that has foot traffic or similar. The exterior surface is a very thin venier type of soft wood. It dents quite easily and a little sanding will go right thru the outer ply. This is fine for caminets and visually pleasing woodworking projects but not for a flooring.
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Since this is "sandeply", I would not suggest this for any use that has foot traffic or similar. The exterior surface is a very thin venier type of soft wood. It dents quite easily and a little sanding will go right thru the outer ply. This is fine for caminets and visually pleasing woodworking projects but not for a flooring.
In regards to the general question of 1/2" ply for flooring; go thicker. 1/2" with standard floor joist spacing will flex quite a bit under normal foot traffic. Add heavier items such as tool boxes, tools, etc. and you are asking for failure. I would suggest at least 3/4" and/or space your floor joists closer together (or block to add support). Read Less
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Would this work on a kitchen floor. Plan to cut in strips and varnish, poly.

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I would not suggest this for a kitchen floor. The outer skin in very thin and very soft wood.
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Use a product called Advantech
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April 7, 2016
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Hi Sherry,
Regular hardwood plywood while an excellent product is not made to be used as flooring. The glue used is not rated for flooring use and the veneer is very thin and will wear through quickly.
Mike
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What is the wood species?

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Looking for Maple
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Sande (Brosimum utile)
The sapwood and heartwood show no distinction; the wood is uniformly yellowish white to yellowish or light brown. The texture is medium to moderately coarse and even, and the grain can be widely and narrowly interlocked. The lumber air dries rapidly with little or no degrade. However, material containing tension wood is subject to warp, and the tension wood may cause fuzzy grain Read More
Sande (Brosimum utile)
The sapwood and heartwood show no distinction; the wood is uniformly yellowish white to yellowish or light brown. The texture is medium to moderately coarse and even, and the grain can be widely and narrowly interlocked. The lumber air dries rapidly with little or no degrade. However, material containing tension wood is subject to warp, and the tension wood may cause fuzzy grain as well as overheating of saws as a result of pinching. The wood is not durable with respect to stain, decay, and insect attack, and care must be exercised to prevent degrade from these agents. The wood stains and finishes easily and presents no gluing problems.
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The species is "Sande". It is a South American hardwood.
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February 11, 2015
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item is a Home Depot store exclusive and is not available to order online. To determine pricing and availability you will need to localize the item online by using a zip code. Unfortunately, if you are unable to see the store inventory it is most likely not a stocked item in your area. You may also find it helpful to call or stop by your local Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. This item is a Home Depot store exclusive and is not available to order online. To determine pricing and availability you will need to localize the item online by using a zip code. Unfortunately, if you are unable to see the store inventory it is most likely not a stocked item in your area. You may also find it helpful to call or stop by your local Home Depot store to check availability. For any other questions call us at HomeDepot.com Customer Service 800-430-3376. Thank you for shopping Home Depot.
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Could I use this as kitchen island top?

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In my opinion no, this is NOT suitable for that application. Now if you used it as a base and applied a Formica laminate on top, that would be all right but as a stand alone by itself, no.
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Yes, the plywood can be used as a kitchen island top.
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not furniture grade, but OK for the money. I hesitate to say I would recommend this. It depends on the project. If you need plywood with a decent finish, this is fine. I wouldn't use it for a furniture type project that may take some abuse. Reason being the veneer is very thin and chips around the edges easily. There are a fair amount of imperfections and patches that are visible too. I used it to make deep roll out kitchen drawers. Had it been a high end kitchen (or any other project that needed a high quality wood), I would have gone to a lumber yard and paid the extra money for a better grade of plywood. August 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Do not buy under any circumstances! I use plywood for outdoor Christmas decorations. The top and bottom layers rip and then actually shred while trying to cut this product (even when using brand new blades). I literally took scissors and cut the shredded part as close as I could because when trying to sand it, as it shreds more if you don't. Also, there are a lot of voids. August 27, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by TERRIBLE PRODUCT COMPOSED OF SOFTWOODS, ALRIGHT FOR BACK-BOARDING WALLS. WOOD SPLINTERS WHEN CUTTING EVEN WITH PLYWOOD BLADES. April 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible quality I was looking for a 1/2 thick plywood, and this was the best available. I would've gone with a Maple variety, but only 3/4 were available. This item is too soft, almost fiber like top layer which at some points has been sanded down to the next layer. When cutting with a 36 tooth with masking tape and a slow feed rate it can be cut without splintering. When screwing with a pocket screw, I turned through it a couple of times because it was so soft. I did get some great quality 2 x 4 feet 1/2 thick plywood, but it might have been scrap from larger pieces of higher quality plywood, and I couldn't find it in the store. My wish is for Home Depot to carry at least one variety of furniture grade plywood for each of the usual thickness, 1, 3/4, 1/2, 1/4. January 24, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by buyer beware Buyer beware this product witch I have used several times in the last year has gone down in quality. When first started using was a high quality 7 ply very stable product with no voids. I noticed a couple of months ago they had reduced it to only 5 layers not as stable as before but little or no voids. My most recent purchase was not very stable trying to warp and flex and had considerable voids and price had increased. 6 months ago I would have given this product a 5 star rating but today only a 2 February 16, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Sande Ply... it depends Well... it isnt that bad as others are saying. What I have seen is that it cuts great with a track saw. Not a cheap $39 B&D circular saw or PC jigsaw. Jig saw use? Scribe the line to prevent splinters, it works. Investing in a track saw will yield years of clean & straight cuts. Worthy investment Now for the string inside, whats up with that? I've seen black powder come out a couple times. Once I seen sparks, so something metal was inside. Just use this stuff for the last resort. As someone posted using it for wall support or substitute for mdf. You get what you pay for, Sande "caveat emptor" plywood. Matters fact, im going to get some sheets later for a home project. Good luck December 26, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This plywood is the worst. This plywood is the worst. I cut into it and found the veneers had delaminated. The manufacture is not applying enough glue to get the veneers to stick to each other. December 9, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by WORKS WELL F YOU'RE CAREFUL I was leery of this product after reading reviews but I had good luck with the sheet I purchased. I used it to make six drawers; sides, backs and front panels to attach to hardwood drawer fronts. I found two very small voids that can be easily filled, no nasty odors and no machining problems. All work was done with a table saw using a 60 tooth blade and a standard dado. The "A" side was free of blemishes and the filler plys cut so cleanly that only a bit of sanding was needed. I would not use this product for a project requiring stained and varnished finish but it's fine for painted work. May 27, 2015
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