Easy to paint and stain for attaining a suitable finish
Useful in an old-fashioned country, cottage or cabin decor
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2 in. x 6 in. x 12 ft. Tongue and Groove Decking provides the customer with an outstanding solution for roof and subfloor structure where exposed to the lower level. This Tongue and Groove Decking combines appearance grade with unsurpassed quality of finish, making them ideal for exposed ceiling applications. Bring warmth and distinction to your home and patio with Tongue and Groove Decking.
Appearance grade with high quality finish and outstanding value
Finish with paint, stain or clear coat
Proper roofing material (Shingles, metal roofing, etc.) required for exposed roof and deck applications
Lumber can be primed and painted or stained
Can be installed in a horizontal or vertical application
Once I got that hang of it, it was way. Looks beautiful
Feb 19, 2019
Hd to pick through stack for straight ones...
Hd to pick through stack for straight ones
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Jan 12, 2018
I've used this product to make the top (work surface) of several workbenches, and I've been compl...
I've used this product to make the top (work surface) of several workbenches, and I've been completely satisfied with it.
Since the 1970's, I've built several shop workbenches...first for myself, then for friends, now for my children. They've ranged in size, but it seems most people prefer the size of my bench, 72" x 30" -- big enough to do most projects, small enough to fit in most workshops or garages. I use 4x4 legs, 2x4 rails & stretchers, one shelf of 3/4" CDX, and sides and back of 1/4"CDX (to provide absolute lateral rigidity).
But I've always used car-decking for the tops -- properly screwed or nailed down to 4 stretchers, the T&G boards give you a stable, solid work space. I tack down a sheet of hardboard on top of the car-decking to provide a smooth, flat, and replaceable work surface.
The last two I made, I used Home Depot T&G decking boards...what I call car-decking. They're made from spruce, are relatively free of knots and blemishes, and are well-dried. Three 12-ft boards, cut in half, give you a perfect 72" x 30" bench top.