Stain and/or seal and/or laminate and/or paint them to suit. They are already sanded. I installed some of these as moveable shelving in some built-in storage racks I had put into my pantry, primarily to hold canned goods and other heavy items. I left them unfinished and just wash them with Murphy's when I take a mind to (leaks/spills, rust rings, et cetera).
Hi jersey, these treads are 1.0" thick, and are sold as an each. If you have additional questions, we'll reply as quickly as we can. Thank you.
Not usually, it perhaps by special order.
These are cut as single, very solid, individual boards, face-sanded and left unlaminated. No knots.
I would sand with 120, then lightly 220 before applying the conditioner. Be careful with pine wood, its soft. Using too fine of a sandpaper will seal the wood poures and cause blotching.
One. Nine pounds per unit sounds about right -- these are quite solid and hefty and intended to be load-bearing.