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1 in. x 6 in. x 8 ft. S4S Red Oak Board (2-Pack)

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  • Bundle of two red oak hardwood boards
  • Surfaced four sides (S4S)
  • Great for interior home projects.
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Red oak S4S boards add elegant finishing details and emphasize the special care that has gone into your home's interior. Perfect for a variety of projects, Builders Choice premium red oak wood is easy to work with and great for machining and finishing. Boards are surfaced four sides (S4S) with flat and parallel faces and edges. Featuring only the finest grade and straight grain texture, it's easy to achieve a natural or rustic look with millwork, furniture, shelving, and much more.
  • Actual: 3/4 in. thickness x 5-1/2 in. width x 8 ft. length
  • Smooth surface on all 4 sides (S4S) requires minimal sanding
  • Recommended for interior use
  • Clear red oak wood with light to medium brown coloring and reddish cast
  • Stain or clear-coat for a beautiful finish
  • Ideal for moulding, furniture, cabinets, DIY projects, hobbies, and more
  • Due to the inherent characteristics of wood, color and grain may vary between individual boards
  • Sustainably harvested wood
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project
  • California residents

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Nominal Product Length (ft.)8 ft8 ft8 ft8 ft
Finish TypeUnfinishedUnfinishedUnfinishedUnfinished
Coverage Area (sq. ft.)8 ft²8 ft²7.33 ft²7.33 ft²
Board Joint TypeSquare EdgeSquare EdgeSquare EdgeSquare Edge
MaterialWoodWoodBirchWhite Oak
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)1111
FeaturesPaintable,StainablePaintable,StainablePaintable,StainablePaintable,Stainable,Water Resistant
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Beautiful looking boards. Straight, nice grain, no issues. I stained with light oak and a coat ...
Beautiful looking boards. Straight, nice grain, no issues. I stained with light oak and a coat of poly, they are breathtaking and gorgeous.
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The wood arrived in good condition. It was well packed. All the wood, except for 1 or 2 inches at...
The wood arrived in good condition. It was well packed. All the wood, except for 1 or 2 inches at the end of 1 board was usable. It was square and nicely finshed - ready for stain! I was very happy with the wood.
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The wood was plastic wrapped and cardboard was used. I used the wood to make a kitchen island - ...
The wood was plastic wrapped and cardboard was used. I used the wood to make a kitchen island - the wood was perfect. It took the stain and polyurethane well and it looks great!
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horrible piece of wood sent from manufacturer
Not sure how this piece of wood made it past quality at the mill. huge split right down the middle of the entire piece. will be returning, can't use any of this for my application
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    Built a shelf for my collection came out nice
    Built a shelf for my collection came out nice
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    All six boards were either straight or had an allowable crown. There was only one board, with a r...
    All six boards were either straight or had an allowable crown. There was only one board, with a rough area that had been cut close to a knot that measured about 6" in length on the end of the board. I used these to rebuild a cast iron framed park bench, along with Rust-oleum glossy black paint, Minwax Red Oak stain, Varathane exterior finish. I used a 3/8" quarter round router bit to round the edges. A total cost, not including tools because I already had them, of $160 vs over $400 for a new one.
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    Boards were uniform in color, slightly bowed. The bow didn't matter for my project but it might ...
    Boards were uniform in color, slightly bowed. The bow didn't matter for my project but it might make a difference to you
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    I used this to rip 1 1/4" strips to use inside the window frame. Very happy with this product.
    I used this to rip 1 1/4" strips to use inside the window frame. Very happy with this product.
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    I've used this 2 times. Most recently I made shelve edges where I ripped this into 1x1 sections a...
    I've used this 2 times. Most recently I made shelve edges where I ripped this into 1x1 sections and then sawed a slot into one side to take a glass shelf. This is good stuff. The only real issue I had last time was finding enough dead straight pieces of it as most are warped. I used some dark red stain then some urethane type finish. Turned out awesome. Wife/boss was thrilled. I'm getting ready to buy more to use a drawer dividers in a new tool box. I'll buy 1/8 MDF, cut it to fit each drawer exactly and glue/screw on a section of this on the back and front of the drawers. Each section will have a 1/4 deep groove every 1". After this goes in each drawer I'll cut 2" sections of MDF or aluminum that will simply slide into these grooves and create long sections for tools.
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