Model # 454532

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null Sande Plywood (Common: 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.472 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)
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Sande Plywood (Common: 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.472 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

  • Triple sanded for perfect finish
  • Surface ideal for staining, painting and laminating
  • Stable and flat panel for ease of working
$3195 /each
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Product Overview

  • Triple sanded for perfect finish
  • Surface ideal for staining, painting and laminating
  • Stable and flat panel for ease of working
Sandeplywood is a Home Depot Exclusive. Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance.
  • Key Attributes:- Minimal core veneer voids - a quality core helps eliminate chip out that can damage or destroy the work piece when sawn or routed- Minimal core veneer overlaps - a quality core helps eliminate telegraphing to the face/back which can cause an uneven stain appearance when a stain is applied- Calibrated panel - provides a uniform thickness to the panel from end/end that insures that all cut pieces of the project fit properly
  • Sandeplywood delivers durable beauty in cabinets, furniture, shelving, wall panels, entertainment centers, tables and various interior projects.
  • Sandeplywood can be painted, stained or laminated.
  • Other products needed with Sandeplywood projects: saw blades, screws, hardware (Knobs, hinges and handles), wood conditioner, sealers, stain, paint, edgebanding, sand paper, tack clothes and brushes.
  • 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Product Overview

  • Triple sanded for perfect finish
  • Surface ideal for staining, painting and laminating
  • Stable and flat panel for ease of working
Model #: 454532
Sku #: 454532
Internet #: 100017950

Sandeplywood is a Home Depot Exclusive. Every piece meets the highest grading standards for strength and appearance.

  • Key Attributes:- Minimal core veneer voids - a quality core helps eliminate chip out that can damage or destroy the work piece when sawn or routed- Minimal core veneer overlaps - a quality core helps eliminate telegraphing to the face/back which can cause an uneven stain appearance when a stain is applied- Calibrated panel - provides a uniform thickness to the panel from end/end that insures that all cut pieces of the project fit properly
  • Sandeplywood delivers durable beauty in cabinets, furniture, shelving, wall panels, entertainment centers, tables and various interior projects.
  • Sandeplywood can be painted, stained or laminated.
  • Other products needed with Sandeplywood projects: saw blades, screws, hardware (Knobs, hinges and handles), wood conditioner, sealers, stain, paint, edgebanding, sand paper, tack clothes and brushes.
  • 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.
  • Click to learn how to select the right lumber for your project

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product Length (ft.)
8
Actual product thickness (in.)
0.47
Actual product width (in.)
48
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/2
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4
Product Depth (in.)
96
Product Height (in.)
0.47

Details

Plywood Type
Hardwood Plywood
Pressure Treated
No
Stainable/Paintable
Stainable & Paintable
Tongue and Groove
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Specifications

Dimensions

Actual product Length (ft.)
8
Actual product thickness (in.)
0.47
Actual product width (in.)
48
Nominal Product Length (ft.)
8
Nominal Product Thickness (in.)
1/2
Nominal Product Width (ft.)
4
Product Depth (in.)
96
Product Height (in.)
0.47

Details

Plywood Type
Hardwood Plywood
Pressure Treated
No
Stainable/Paintable
Stainable & Paintable
Tongue and Groove
No

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
See store for details

Questions & Answers

What is the wood species?

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Asked by: Rebecca
Sande (Brosimum utile) Sande is an imported hardwood Practically all commercially available sande (mostly Brosimum utile) comes from Pacific Ecuador and Colombia. However, the group of species ranges from the Atlantic Coast in Costa Rica southward to Colombia and Ecuador. Characteristics The sapwood and heartwood show no distinction; the wood is uniformly yellowish white to yellowish or light brown. The texture is medium to moderately coarse and even, and the grain can be widely and narrowly interlocked. The density of air-dried wood ranges from 384 to 608 kg/m3 (24 to 38 lb/ft3), and the strength is comparable with that of U.S. oak (Quercus). The lumber air dries rapidly with little or no degrade. However, material containing tension wood is subject to warp, and the tension wood may cause fuzzy grain as well as overheating of saws as a result of pinching. The wood is not durable with respect to stain, decay, and insect attack, and care must be exercised to prevent degrade from these agents. The wood stains and finishes easily and presents no gluing problems. Primary Uses Sande is used for plywood, particleboard, fiberboard, carpentry, light construction, furniture components, and moulding." http://www.woodworkdetails.com/knowledge/wood/species/imported-hardwood/sande
Answered by: Greg
Date published: 2017-10-01

would 1/2" plywood work for a floor in a shed with a tool box and etc.

Asked by: Debbie
You would be better off with a ground contact rated pressure treated plywood.
Answered by: Greg
Date published: 2017-12-06

Would this work on a kitchen floor. Plan to cut in strips and varnish, poly.

Asked by: Sherry
Yes this can work great for that purpose.
Answered by: Greg
Date published: 2017-12-05

Could I use this as kitchen island top?

Asked by: Cassie
No you should go with at least 3/4 or 23/32 inch thick wood.
Answered by: Greg
Date published: 2017-10-01
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Customer Reviews

Sande Plywood (Common: 1/2 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.472 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.) is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 39.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from THIS WOOD STINKS TERRIBLY!! Last winter I got about ten sheets of 1/2" Sandeply from the nearest ... THIS WOOD STINKS TERRIBLY!! Last winter I got about ten sheets of 1/2" Sandeply from the nearest Home Depot (zip 66044). I used it on the interior walls of a 12x16 outbuilding after insulating the walls with R-13 fiberglass insulation and an inch of polyisocyanurate foam board. I didn't want drywall board on the walls, because the building is for shop and storage use; but I wanted to be able to heat and cool it. I have no complaints about the surface quality or appearance of the plywood. The wood seems stable enough, and none of the sheets I bought had de-laminated. I didn't notice any significant voids. HOWEVER, a short while after completing the walls and getting the building weather tight, I notciced an unpleasant, strong, acrid odor. That was back in February or March. I assumed the bad smell would go away in a few weeks. It didn't. Not at all. Now it's almost the end of July, and the odor has not diminished, but is just as strong now as it ever was, despite the fact that it has had months to give up whatever the nasty fumes are that are coming from it. It doesn't smell like formaldehyde, or any kind of glue, solvent, or tree resin I have ever used in fifty years of woodworking. I don't know how to describe the smell except to say it is quite strong, persistent, and very unpleasant. Acrid, bitter, irritating to the throat, it seems. Whether it is toxic I don't know. But I did develop a hacking cough and a nasty sinus infection after spending several days, mostly inside that building working, with windows closed and a window air conditioner to cool the air. I've frequently ventilated the 12x16 room with a fan and open windows... for countless hours, to the point where a neighbor close by told me yesterday he thought he might have to move away, if that smell didn't stop! But it's as if I hadn't vented it at all. It's a seriously BAD smell. I can think of nothing in the building that could be producing it except this "Sandeply" plywood (it's from Ecuador) with the horrible smell. Everything else in the building is raw lumber (pine and more pine) or else 1/2" CDX pine plywood. The Home Depot workers I asked about this material today didn't even know what kind of wood it is! They also both told me also said that they were aware of no complaints about a bad smell. I am faced with having to take all the trim and shelves apart, and the wall panels off, and do them over with a plywood which doesn't stink. Someonme might suggest varnish or shellac or something, but I am very sure that this smell would not be contained with a sealer over one face of the panels. What I want to know is this: What is Home Depot's responsibility in this matter? Frankly, I think that Home Depot should pay for all materials and labor to redo my building so that the defective and offensive materials are gone. I estimate that it would take two good carpenters one long day, or at most two 8-hour days, probably no more. So I am going to ask them to do that, and see what happens. I am nearing 70 years old and it would take me two weeks if I have to do the remodeling.. I feel that I already did the da*m thing once. No one told me the material would be so bad-smelling that it would drive me out, and cause visitors to refuse to enter the building. I've suffered a loss of time and money and have a building which is can't be used as intended.
Date published: 2017-07-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Fair quality. Looks inconsistent. Strong. Health effects. Its Sande or brossium utile, a hardwood of ecudor. Warning: i tried fixing a toddler bed, kid began a cough. Third night i pulled it. Gib, abother reviewer stated it caused cough. I dont notice it stinks. Do not stain. Not cabinet grade by any means. Shelves, floors under carpet, stands, great. It behaves like poplar, strong, rather rigid, light. No use for bed or kitchen
Date published: 2017-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I wanted to make my own kitchen cupboards instead of buying the ready made types. The guys said t... I wanted to make my own kitchen cupboards instead of buying the ready made types. The guys said this plywood was cabinet grade so I decided to give it a shot. They cut it for me (rough dimensions) and away I went. Never did this work before. Pictures shown are 90% plywood with some straight 1"x 2" added. I am very pleased. I was able to match it with a cupboard I already had in the house (last picture).
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I bought a few sheets for trial, and they were good. So I went back a week later to buy a dozen ... I bought a few sheets for trial, and they were good. So I went back a week later to buy a dozen more and all the sheets in stock were suddenly of TERRIBLE quality. Rough, gouges, fill-ins... I mean UNACCEPTABLE. I went to three different HD locations and searched through probably 60 sheets. I was able to finish the project, but had to use considerably darker heartwood pieces, and had a lot of waste cutting around the imperfections. (I was using it to face pillars and beams on a long span.) I also had trouble getting it to take stain. We did all the necessary pretreating, but there are areas that just wouldn't absorb a finish. If you have a small project and can walk out with what you need, OK. I also did experience a little more chipping and some minor delamination. Not a big deal but certainly not up to the standard of more conventional plywoods.
Date published: 2017-03-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from buyer beware Buyer beware this product witch I have used several times in the last year has gone down in quality. When first started using was a high quality 7 ply very stable product with no voids. I noticed a couple of months ago they had reduced it to only 5 layers not as stable as before but little or no voids. My most recent purchase was not very stable trying to warp and flex and had considerable voids and price had increased. 6 months ago I would have given this product a 5 star rating but today only a 2
Date published: 2016-02-16
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It was a much lower quality plywood than I expected.... It was a much lower quality plywood than I expected. The plys are full of voiding, the edges look terrible, and it seems impossible to cut cleanly.
Date published: 2017-07-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My builder recommended this for my attached shed.Has a much... My builder recommended this for my attached shed.Has a much better look and finish than regular plywood.
Date published: 2017-08-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product is well sanded and premium pine. Great for building cabinets and furniture! Product is well sanded and premium pine. Great for building cabinets and furniture!
Date published: 2017-09-21
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