If it was properly sealed then it might be ok. I would be concerned about the humidity in the bathroom affecting the wood after a period of time. I used this sheet as a top for island counter and used several coats of sealer and then varnished. It has held up over the past 5 years with occasional retouching of the varnish. Personally, I would not use this as a counter for the bath and would opt for quartz or granite tops.
No, that is not a good application for this product. This is meant for interior, decorative use only as the adhesive used is not waterproof.
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Def not poplar ply, more like chip wood or some soft type white wood. Plus there’s a lot of voids :/
I haven't done any edging with this plywood. But its edges are as smooth and receptive as any other, so it should work well with any banding. It's just a matter of matching color. I haven't seen any poplar banding at HD, but white Birch or white melamine might work.
Poplar, or any plywood veneer is too soft for a workbench top.
The panel thickness is just shy of 3/4"
This wood is too soft for a floor. It will get chewed up pretty quickly. I would recommend hi-bor treated pine or red oak for about $8 more a sheet. Home Depot will only do single cuts on a sheet. At least, that's what the sign says. You can ask, but as a rule they don't do project cuts.
Yes it will.
It pretty heavy approx 70 lbs I'd say. But your HD should be able to help you rip it down to more manageable size. I did that.