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Model #921659

Store SKU #921659

1 in. x 2 in. x 8 ft. Select Pine Board

  • Designed with durability and style in mind with no holes or knots
  • Can be primed then painted/sealed then stained
  • Meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance
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Product Overview

Claymark uses only the finest timber, leading-edge manufacturing processes and the most skilled people to produce our line of clear solid pine boards. Don't settle for anything less than a flawless finish. Because when it comes to quality, there is no compromise.
  • Environmentally friendly - FSC certified, tree farmed, pruned radiata pine
  • Superior quality - clear, moulding quality finish on 4 sides, no wane, twist, cupping or bowing
  • Uses - interior trim/mouldings, furniture, wainscoting, shelving, hobby/crafts, picture frames
  • Easy to use - easy to cut, nail and glue, takes paints and stains beautifully
  • Consistent quality standards from board to board
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project
  • California residents

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (ft.)
8
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
.75
Actual Product Width (in.)
1.5
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)
1
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1
Nominal Product Width (in.)
2

Details

Appearance Board Type
Softwood Boards
Board Joint Type
Square Edge
Fastener recommendation
Nails, screws or glue
Features
No Additional Features
Finish Type
Unfinished
Lumber Grade
Select
Material
Wood
Moisture content
Kiln Dried
Number Of Boards Per Pack
104
Texture
Smooth

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Questions & Answers

4Questions9Answers

Can this wood be used to make cutting boards. If so What stains can I use. Or do I leave it ...

Asked by Ohio123 March 29, 2020
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Answer

You COULD use it to make cutting boards, but it's a pine wood and won't hold up well to knives, it also tends to expand & contract with moisture so glue joints will fail. Typically, cutting boards are made from hardwoods - Maple, Oak etc. Cutting boards need to be treated with food safe stains, sealers and glues. Do not use regular oil based stain or polyurethane/varnish/lacquer etc to seal. Most people use mineral oil rubbed in or food safe specific finishes available at speciality stores. There's lots of video's on making cutting boards on Youtube. Hope this helps.

Do you have to prime this wood before staining?

Asked by CJ October 17, 2019
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Answers

I've used it both ways. For regular "stuff" I just sand, stain and poly. For a really nice finish, use sanding sealer to raise the grain, then sand, stain and poly. I use an oil based stain from MinWax, followed by several coats of Polyurethane, scuffing between coats, to finish. Hope this helps.

Can this be used to put in walls

Asked by Mo53 September 13, 2019
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Answers

Framing lumber is usually 2" x 4" or 2" x 6", so is 4-6 times heavier than this wood.. This wood is a "finish grade" or "furniture" grade - no knots, very smooth finish so it requires very little to finish. It's typically used in cabinets, vanities, small furniture pieces etc. It's generally much too expensive to use for wall framing of any type.

Hello again, I just sent an email about my request to cut this wood. I meant to add this image to...

Asked by cfleming April 17, 2019
1
Answer

Any wood can be cut...Are you rather asking how to cut it?

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 103 reviews
  • 93% recommend this product
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What qualifies as select these days?
I spent about 10 minutes going through every board in the stack today. The boards don't have a smooth finish like they used to and about 75% of them have grease pencil marks that will be difficult to sand out so the wood can take a stain. Many were knotted and bent and essentially only good for firewood. At $6.15 per board, I expect a lot better quality but was in a pinch and had to buy
by JG
2 Thumbs up.... Used this lumber for Fine Art stretcher frames.
2 Thumbs up.... Used this lumber for Fine Art stretcher frames.
by Badger
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Excellent selection and sevice.
Excellent selection and sevice.
by ECaff
Purchased 40 boards on the web and had excellent service...
Purchased 40 boards on the web and had excellent service in minutes! I’ve used this product before and was happy to see all were quality lumber.
by MARK
by Krp
Good quality wood. It work out perfectly for my project....
Good quality wood. It work out perfectly for my project.
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
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You gave me a firring strip in place of a...
You gave me a firring strip in place of a select pine 1x2.... how's that for a review?
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Every board I purchased was in great condition....
Every board I purchased was in great condition.
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