Select Pine S4S Boards are a great way to update your rooms and highlight the special care that has gone into your property. Featuring only the finest grade, you can achieve a rustic or natural wood look very easily. S4S boards can increase the value of your home or business estate and are an inexpensive way to add character and flair to any home. S4S boards can be used for a variety of general purpose trim, home improvement projects, and hobby applications.
Premium radiata pine for enhanced quality and appearance
Fine, uniform texture and attractive grain pattern that easily obtains a rich finish
Absence of pitch or resins eliminates the risk of bleeding through the finished surface for lasting beauty
Smooth surface requiring minimal sanding reducing labor time and costs
Paint or stain to match your decor or clear coat for a natural look
Perfect for a variety of home improvement projects
First off, not sure about that picture, it does not look proportionate to 1x2's that I purchased....
First off, not sure about that picture, it does not look proportionate to 1x2's that I purchased. Secondly, I purchase these quite often however, I find myself driving a lot of miles to different HD because it is nearly impossible to find one that is straight. Even the 4' sizes are not straight. I can understand that when it's a normal 1x2, but I have a difficult time purchasing less than quality woods on ANYTHING labeled "select". Whoever has the job of "selecting" should probably be replaced.
Mar 1, 2016
I had to go through 60 boards to find 16 that were not seriously warped or otherwise damaged. That said, the few straight pieces are all uniform, free of serious knots or natural blemishes, have crisp corners and require minimal sanding for a fine pre-stain finish.
Feb 10, 2016
takes some effort to get straight ones, but I think worth the cost for the convenience of being sanded with sharp corners. I usually keep 8-10 on hand in the shop.
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Feb 8, 2016
The wood is not curved with dents all over the length, poor quality. Based on the label, Claymark is New Zealand company.
Is it really worthy to ship this bad quality wood from New Zealand?
Can somebody recommend where can I get good quality wood in NYC?