|Actual Product Length (ft.)||8 ft||Actual Product Thickness (in.)||0.75 in|
|Actual Product Width (in.)||1.5 in||Coverage Area (sq. ft.)||1 sq ft|
|Nominal Product Length (ft.)||8 ft||Nominal Product Thickness (in.)||1|
|Nominal Product Width (in.)||2 in|
|Appearance Board Type||Softwood Boards||Board Joint Type||Square Edge|
|Fastener recommendation||N/A||Features||Paintable, Stainable|
|Finish Type||Unfinished||Lumber Grade||2 Common|
|Material||Wood||Moisture content||Kiln Dried|
|Number Of Boards Per Pack||1||Texture||Smooth|
|Manufacturer Warranty||See store for details|
A: Yes, this is finished, and well sanded lumber. I don't see why not.
A: Deee, Yes, This lumber has a wide range of uses from framing applications to indoor projects. Can be primed then painted/sealed then stained.
A: Yes, but these are only a 1x2. So you would want to use more of them. Usual bed slats are 1x4 or 1x3
A: Generally it's recommended to use a minimum of 1x3" boards for bed slats. These boards may be too small and could break from bearing too much weight.
A: No, they'll twist and bend. Redwood, cedar, teak can take being unfinished but the cost is a lot more especially teak. Clear pine although more expensive than spruce or fir would work better.