Model # 454559

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null Sande Plywood (Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.709 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
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Sande Plywood (Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.709 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
$39.98 /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 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 qualtiy core helps eliminate telegraphing to the face/back which can cause an une
  • Sandeplywood delivers durable beauty in cabinets, furniture, shelving, wall panels, entertainment centers, tables and varouis interior projects.
  • Sandeplywood can be painted, stained or laminated.
  • Other products neededwith Sandeplywood projects: saw blades, screws, hardware ( knobs, hinges and handles) wood conditioner, sealers, stains, paint, edge banding, sand paper, tack clothes and brushes.
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Customer Questions & Answers

What is the venner species ?

Asked by: John
Unfortunately, Sanded Plywood can be made from any number of species, but the most likely in the Pacific Northwest is Doug Fir with Southern Pine running a strong second. I would look for the yard stamp on the edge or one of the faces to determine where the veneers were glued up and then google them if it's that important. Couple tips: Pine will tend to be a bit whiter than pine with a lighter coloring.
Answered by: Jason
Date published: 2017-03-06

Can i use it to build a skate board ramp?

Can i use it to build a skate board ramp?
Asked by: alice
Maybe - but BCX would be cheaper, have thicker face plies, and have exterior glue. But most importantly, remember to bend it "edgewise" instead of "lengthwise". Plywood always has an odd number of plies, so more than half of the plies will have the grain running in the same direction as the face and back. Plies will bend more easily transverse to the grain. Ive built a few ramps, and this is really important to remember on small, tight curves.
Answered by: McDesign
Date published: 2017-03-11

Is this product a sanded surface on both sides?

Asked by: Bruce
Yes... it's a B/C technically but I consider it more of a B/B
Answered by: Matthias
Date published: 2016-11-26

can i have these cut?

I need 17 peices of this board cut to 1ft x 8ft sheets
Asked by: Kujo
THD can cut them, but stores have policies on cut limits and fees.
Answered by: Matthias
Date published: 2016-11-26
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Sande Plywood (Common: 3/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.709 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.) is rated 2.4 out of 5 by 54.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The quality of this stuff varies and home depot changes product often. I've had sheets de-lamina... The quality of this stuff varies and home depot changes product often. I've had sheets de-laminate after cutting, also expect voids. I'm disappointed in how often the venner varies. I attached photos showing the variance in the same stock I bought at different times. I do question why the different stock rotation. I never had a problem with the purebond brand which is American made not imported as with this product. Home depot looks for ways to increase the profit margin.
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is junk plywood. This is junk plywood. Warps, bubbles in the surface, tons of voids in the cores and a very rough surface. for the same price at another store I can get a ten times better product. Don't wast your money.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DO NOT USE to build furniture When I build a piece of furniture, I typically use solid poplar 1-by boards and birch plywood to provide that look of wood underneath whatever finish I choose. This time, I saw the Sande plywood and decided to save a few dollars on the 8 sheets of 3/4 inch 4 x 8 foot hardwood plywood I needed, thinking it was the same quality as the birch plywood I've purchased from Home Depot in the past. BIG MISTAKE! I am not expecting this to be "Baltic Birch", the beautiful, expensive, void-free stuff that you use to make drawer sides with, but I am expecting it to be at least acceptable. This product is far from acceptable. There are huge voids in the plies, sometimes 3 plies deep. And there are sometimes knots in the veneer (even on the good side) that bleed right through 2 layers of sealer and 4 layers of paint! Not only are there significant voids in the layer immediately under the veneer (translation: it warps when you put any finish on it), there are large sections where the veneer isn't glued down at all! Note I said veneer. The outer layer of sheathing is no more than a 1/32nd of an inch thick. I am in the middle of a huge 13 foot x 9 foot fireplace bookcase project and the cabinet and bookcase surfaces, made with the good side of this product, are bubbling up after the first coat of sealer! (See the pictures) And unlike something you can just return, these flaws were not visible until I had cut the wood and was well along on the project. I've used half a tub of wood fill on the voids, but I'm going to have to get a glue needle to glue through the veneer on the counter-top sections that have bubbled up, and it STILL won't look like it would have had the board just been glued correctly when made. This is a $1000 (materials only) project that is completely marred by inferior, misrepresented hardwood plywood. I am mad as heck and I will be sure to tell folks in my instructables tutorials NEVER to buy this product.
Date published: 2016-04-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great Value I bought 2 sheets last week to make some toy chests and am very happy. It took some time but I inspected the inventory for undamaged sheets with no voids visible from the edges. At home, I cut them down with a 140 tooth blade and had no issues. I wouldnt stain this product but paint applied with a roller looks great. I plan on using this for more projects.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Meh. I usually use birch ply but decided to try this for some closet shelving. The edges chip if ... Meh. I usually use birch ply but decided to try this for some closet shelving. The edges chip if you look at them wrong. If I wasn't edge banding it with solid pine and painting it I wouldn't have even used this stuff. It also stinks when you cut it. Back to birch ply next time.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I've recently switched to this ply from the standard sanded pine plywood. It's a much higher grad... I've recently switched to this ply from the standard sanded pine plywood. It's a much higher grade than that stuff. I've not seen any warping or bubbles. I have seen some voids and delamination, but if you pull a few off the stack, you'll find what you need pretty easily.
Date published: 2017-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very light and maybe waterproof too. I've only experienced one sheet of 3/4 Sande so far, but I'm... Very light and maybe waterproof too. I've only experienced one sheet of 3/4 Sande so far, but I'm impressed with it for utility use on my boat, where weight really counts. I'm using it in normally dry places inside the boat, but I submerged a completely unfinished and not even edge sanded piece in water for 36 hours and see no delamination or other effects now that it's dried out. I also haven't seen a single void after numerous cuts, though I will agree that this plywood is more splintery than most. I probably wouldn't use it for cabinets where it would be regularly seen, but for casings and similar, heck yes. Even off the boat its lightness makes it easier to handle. Thanks for a decent value, HD.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor value Contrary to photo of this product, the piece I received was 5 ply. This item was made in Ecuador. The grain is very coarse and does not sand nor stain well. Tear out and splits are common when sawing or routing this product. I would not buy this product again. This was part of an online/pickup order. I did not fully inspect this item as I had expected the same panel as I had purchased before. The panel I purchased previously was a 7 ply furniture grade piece and was priced nearly $10 less than this one. I am very displeased with this plywood.
Date published: 2016-09-01
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