Every piece of 1 in. x 10 in. x 6 ft. Premium Kiln-Dried Square Edge Whitewood Common Board is perfect for a wide range of uses, from house framing to basic interior finishing applications. Uses include carpentry, hobbies, furniture, shelving and general finish work. With its easy to glue, good nailing and screw holding properties, this product meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Its straight grain and uniform texture has low shrinkage and is easy to work by both hand and machine tools. In addition, it has great paint retention properties, making it fairly easily to treat with preservatives.
Each piece of this lumber meets the highest quality grading standards for strength and appearance
Lumber can be primed and painted or sealed and stained
Highly recommended sealing red knots with shellac based sealer prior to priming and painting to prevent bleed through
For interior or exterior use
Common: 1 in. x 10 in. x 6 ft.; Actual: 0.75 in. x 9.25 in. x 72 in.
Nails, Galvanized Nails, Screws, Construction Adhesives
Number Of Boards Per Pack
Warranty / Certifications
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Questions & Answers
Would you recommend this for building a wall mounted bookcase?
Asked by Jason November 28, 2020
Yes. This would be suitable for bookcases or shelves. Stains and paints well (use a primer if painting). Seal stained or bare wood.
Can i use this on top of old tread ..?.
Asked by Eddie October 9, 2020
I would not recommend it. Its too soft of a wood for long lasting stair treads.
What are the actual dimensions of this board?
Asked by Roresend August 4, 2020
3/4 inch thick
9.25 inch wide
6 ft long
Can I use this for stair risers?
Asked by Bob June 9, 2020
You could use the Whitewood Common Board, but I like stronger boards. Check it out, no knots in the board, and no bowing.
What kind d of wood is "Whitewood" common board? Is it a pine, perhaps?
Asked by LynnAnn February 11, 2020
Whitewood can one of three types of wood. Pine, Poplar, Spruce. I only use the Pine to build carpenter bee traps. Always check the wood, look for the piece that's straight and few knots.
Can I use it for outdoor projects?
Asked by golem74 September 28, 2019
If you give a cover of water sealant.
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Jul 21, 2020
The boards looked like they were in a fight at the sawmill. Whoever picked them out needs to get...
The boards looked like they were in a fight at the sawmill. Whoever picked them out needs to get an eye exam. After waiting for a week then I got them home and thought I could still use them, I went to a wood shop and spent the money on decent wood for my bookcase.
I used it to make a shelf! I needed something for above my TV, but everything to buy was expensiv...
I used it to make a shelf! I needed something for above my TV, but everything to buy was expensive! I decided to make my own! It is light weight but sturdy and it stained perfectly! I loved it so much I bought a second to make bathroom shelves!
Great wood to learn on. After watching Paul Sellers videos I got the courage to make 3 workbenchs...
Great wood to learn on. After watching Paul Sellers videos I got the courage to make 3 workbenchs, a chisel box and now a keyboard stand. No nails were used in building the stand. I would have never tried to build this if a coworker didn’t ask me to make him a stand so that he could stand while working. The dovetails aren’t perfect but in time I’ll get much better.