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Model 454559

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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.)

$39.98 /each
  • Triple sanded for perfect finish
  • Surface ideal for staining, painting and laminating
  • Stable and flat panel for ease of working

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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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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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What is the venner species ?

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Portland Maine
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September 7, 2016
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The man at the store too me it was sanded pine
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August 18, 2016
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I too would say it's sande, definitely not birch or pine. The grain looks a lot like lauan (luan) or mahogany, but paler. Direct from the jungle (rain-forest) to you local HD.
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March 24, 2016
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Pine vneers.
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Jacksonville, FL
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February 15, 2016
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The name implies that it is "Sande" which is an imported hardwood.
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August 9, 2015
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I wondered about the same thing. As best I can tell; I believe it is birch.
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Is this product a sanded surface on both sides?

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September 7, 2016
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yes
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Ithaca, NY
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September 6, 2016
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I wouldn't consider this sanded. It's fairly smooth to the touch, but I trashed it in place of birch plywood because this stuff wouldn't sand completely smooth and flat. If it's anything like mine, don't expect to paint it and not look awful.
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Yes
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Sanded very smoothly both sides.
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can i have these cut?

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I need 17 peices of this board cut to 1ft x 8ft sheets
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Ithaca, NY
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August 6, 2016
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They're always happy to cut wood at my stores. At least one cut on a board is never a problem. But their saw isn't pretty, so expect rough edges
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January 19, 2016
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You have to buy the plywood there at the time of cutting (you can't bring your own wood in) that is because if we didn't sell it to you then if somethings happens to where it was cut wrong or the saw malfunctioned then there is no way to reimburse you for that product.
and NO precision cuts. The blade takes an 1/8 of each time.
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South Orange County, CA
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April 21, 2015
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If you need 1 foot wide pieces, you will only get three 1 ft x 8 ft pieces out of each sheet, because the saw kerf will take approx. 1/8 inch with each cut. If you modify your project to use 11 7/8 inch wide pieces, you can get four pieces out of each sheet.
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September 17, 2014
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Hey Kujo,
Yes, just take this down to your local Home Depot, or have a similar one cut at the lumber dept.'s panel saw. They will cut it accurately to ensure you get 1ft. x 8 ft. as a final size.
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Looking for a piece of plywood to put between my Queen size mattress so the frame have more support

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What can i use to help support the frame
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This is actually a good use for this product. It's flat and strong, but not good for any kind of finished furniture. It's not pressure treated. Cheaper than a furniture-grade plywood. I'd definitely recommend.
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I am not sure what you are asking here. A typical "bed" consists of a metal frame, a box spring , a mattress, and head and foot boards. Usually there are hardwood slats that fit from one edge of the frame to the other. These can be from 3 to 6 in number. The box spring sits on these slats which give it support. The mattress then sits on top of the box spring. If you are looking to firm up the mattress by Read More
I am not sure what you are asking here. A typical "bed" consists of a metal frame, a box spring , a mattress, and head and foot boards. Usually there are hardwood slats that fit from one edge of the frame to the other. These can be from 3 to 6 in number. The box spring sits on these slats which give it support. The mattress then sits on top of the box spring. If you are looking to firm up the mattress by placing a plywood board between it and the box spring be careful. A queen mattress measures 60"W x 80"L. A sheet of plywood is 48"W x 96"L. You could get away with cutting 16" off the length of the plywood and centering the resulting sheet on the box spring. A 1/2" thick sheet of plywood should suffice and you don't have to pick anything fancy, but stay away from subflooring plywood and OSB. Since the plywood will be indoors in a bedroom do a sniff test of the various plywoods as many are made with fillers and resins that can be smelly and possibly toxic(e.g. formaldehyde.) Hope this helps. Read Less
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Customer Reviews

Rated 2.2 out of 5 by 43 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. September 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Product :) so far so good i have managed to build 2 nice cabinets with absolutely no problem. the wood feels really strong, and the wood never splintered on me and i only used a circular saw. im very happy with the product and i would definitely buy it again. May 27, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Good, basic plywood boards Inspect each board since they can get damaged and dinged in the store. I was unhappy to find some areas of the veneer that had bee filled with wood putty and did not take up stain as much as I would have liked. One of the boards had a small slice of veneer missing, so check each board front and back before you leave. I was able to hide these imperfections well enough. I noticed some of the cuts had missing filler in the ply, but again, I was able to hide many of the defects September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Decent The sheet was decent and cut fairly well even on cross cuts. The top and bottom ply is extremely thin, this should be taken into consideration depending on use. September 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by jondwdwrkr I've been building cabinets for a couple of years and have used different brands of plywood. I've used "1/4, 1/2, and 3/4" inch thick plywood. I've used this particular plywood on three occasions for three projects (cabinets). This plywood is good to build cabinets and other wood work projects. I used it to build a podium (pulpit) for a church. I stained it with a water based stain, pecan color. See the pictures. Take time when choosing the sheet. Some get banged up and scratched. Also be careful when you sand it with a RO sander not to sand through the ply. So far, so good. If I run into a bad one, I will update review. February 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible for furniture! Purchased two sheets of this plywood for some shelving for a bedroom. After spending hours cutting pieces to size, I decided to pause to make sure I could get the finish smoothed out. Despite fine grits of sandpaper, all I could do was raise the grain and it got fuzzy! There was no way it wouldn't look awful with paint. I had to buy new wood (birch plywood, $10 more) and cut it all over again. To their credit, Depot gave me a big discount on the replacement wood, but it was a lot of wasted time. Don't bother with this stuff unless you're just making junky unfinished garage shelves. August 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by 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. April 28, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by I didn't have problems Either HD has changed its sourcing, or the naysayers here are professional woodworkers who probably ought to be buying from pro suppliers. There were two references to this material coming from China; the sheets I got were made in Ecuador. I had a built-in garage cabinet project and selected this particular material in 1/2" thickness because it was actually less expensive than the 1/2" A/C sheets in the next shelf, which were full of patches on the A side and cracks on the C side. That project came out fine, although I simply primed and painted and did not get involved in 'fine finishing' at all. But I had some wood left over and built a couple of brackets for mounting a couple of loudspeakers to the wall. On these I sanded, stained and varnished. As someone else pointed out, this wood does exhibit a lot of 'fuzz' after sanding, but rather than trying to fix this early-on, I put the stain coat on (Minwax oil-based), and when the stain odor went away in a couple of days I put on a coat of water-base polyurethane satin varnish. Once that was dry I sanded lightly and the finish got very smooth... all the 'fuzz' got hard and sanded off. A second coat of the varnish made a nice finish with just the right amount of grain relief. My only complaint is wishing that these pieces did not carry stick-on labels, you have to wash the adhesive off with lacquer thinner or it will mess-up the finish. March 14, 2016
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