Internet #100061386

Model #201428

Store SKU #166057

23/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft. BC Sanded Pine Plywood

  • Plywood panel can be used with interior and exterior applications
  • Panel has a smooth and sanded face
  • Simple to cut and fasten
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Product Overview

Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance. Sanded and smooth BC project panels are perfect for interior and exterior applications from yard art to wainscoting, do-it-yourself projects, cabinets, shelving and furniture to porch ceilings, soffits and flooring underlayment. These panels are ready to be painted. Panels are easy to handle and install, and also have excellent nail and adhesive holding ability.
  • Ideal project panel due to smooth, sanded face and attractive appearance when painted
  • Versatility for multiple applications
  • Great for yard art to wainscoting, do-it-yourself projects, cabinets, shelving and furniture to porch ceilings, soffits and flooring underlayment
  • Made from wood sourced through a system that is third-party certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) fiber sourcing standard
  • Easy to cut and fasten
  • Note: Product may vary by store
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Specifications

Dimensions

Actual Product Length (in.)
95.938
Actual Product Thickness (in.)
0.703
Actual Product Width (in.)
47.938
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
23/32
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4

Details

Engineered Wood Type
Sanded Plywood
Plywood Features
None
Span Rating
None
Weather Exposure
Interior

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
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Questions & Answers

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how can product thickness be .47 when it is 23/32 thick?

Asked by LJLJ August 15, 2015
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It should be .71875" thick, commonly called nominal 3/4". So look at the stamping on the wood or for a label one one side, it sounds like a piece of 15/32 (0.46875") got put in the wrong pile.

Can 2 sheets of this be cut to be used in place of slats & box-spring for a full-size mattress?

Asked by January 23, 2020
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For full size bed (74 x 54), you can do it with 1 sheet of plywood if you use some supporting wood. I used 2x4s to form the rectangle perimeter and 3 inside the 74x54 perimeter frame. you then have your sheet of plywood cut so you have a piece 48x54; from the remaining 42" length you cut a 26" piece and then from the 42x22 now remaining you cut a 12x26. Screw pieces to the frame/support you created. You'll want to position the 3 inside supports so that you make sure you have good support position for the 12x26 piece.

can we get sheets cut before delivery?

Asked by Michele August 27, 2018
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If you can get it cut at a store you would be at the mercy of how square the saw is and how accurate the crew is.

will fortified thin set mortar adhere to this sanded smooth surface?

Asked by curious June 21, 2017
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Highly unlikely unless it's laying down on a floor; even then it probably wouldn't be the best choice

Is the 23/32 same as 3/4 inch in thick mess?

Asked by Amanda October 3, 2019
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22/32 would be 3/4" yes.

Is this BCX, (i.e. exterior)?

Asked by CL February 23, 2018
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No, I don't think it would be good for outdoor use. Unless you paint it, maybe. But not just untreated

Good for shelving?

Asked by Zenith September 18, 2015
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Shelving is what I used it for.

Can this 4'x 8'sheet be cut to dimension in-store? I don't have the tools or workspace in my apartment.

Asked by Ss October 25, 2015
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Yes. I got the one I wanted and the lumber associate cut it into three pieces and at the size I asked for.

Are both sides sanded?

Asked by Bc August 17, 2017
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No

Is this suitable for shop cabinets?

Asked by TonyG January 25, 2018
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NO! Not suitable for any cabinets at all IMHO. Full of voids between layers.

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I made it work for the closet I was working on. I have been relying on the curbside pickup through this COVID-19 pandemic and unfortunately the lumber that is issued through the curbside pickup is not quality product. I have been disappointed multiple times now. The plywood was bowed and required some adjustments in order to be usable had it been in an exposed space I would have been exchanging it.
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The plywood was exactly what I was looking for to make a counter "shelf" in the pantry. I like it...
The plywood was exactly what I was looking for to make a counter "shelf" in the pantry. I like it's strength so I didn't have to be overwhelmed with additional bracing. I bought it about a week ago and used it the same day. It totally met my expectations.
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Great !home depot cut it to my specs ,made it very easy for me to complete my project.the rest wa...
Great !home depot cut it to my specs ,made it very easy for me to complete my project.the rest was used for a shelving project I am working on
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I used it for the platform for a bed I built. Very firm and sturdy. Not bent at all.
I used it for the platform for a bed I built. Very firm and sturdy. Not bent at all.
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the sanded ply wood was up to my expectations and made the job much easier
the sanded ply wood was up to my expectations and made the job much easier
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Solid choice for my project
As a preface, I am not a carpenter or tradesman by any means. I am a computer guy who has a few saws and a little ambition. My wife was wanting to do a "built in" closet system, and initially I thought I would go with birch. After looking at the price difference, and figuring it would be painted anyway, I went with this instead. The only complaint I have is a lot of the boards had some bend/warping to them, which I imagine is from sitting on the stack at HD. I did notice the birch boards tended to be more straight, but at nearly double the price, I didn't mind culling through these for the pieces I wanted. In total, I think I used about 5 or 6 sheets to build our closet, and she loves it, so that means I love it.
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We're building a boat with these panels and so far...
We're building a boat with these panels and so far so good.
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Was looking for a inexpensive deck solution for a folding utility trailer that I picked up. The t...
Was looking for a inexpensive deck solution for a folding utility trailer that I picked up. The treated plywood they had during my visit wasn't looking so hot, so I opted for the stack next to it. Will look nice once I get a couple coats of exterior paint on it to protect the finish from rotting out.
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Heavy Duty Good!
Used it to repair my Moms kitchen floor! Worked great! Very heavy duty stuff!
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Great sheet of plywood for a new work bench.
Great sheet of plywood for a new work bench.
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