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5/8 in. x 11-1/2 in. x 60 in. Unfinished White Oak Box Retread

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Product Details

The Stairtek 11-1/2 in. x 60 in. Unfinished White Oak Retread is made of solid, 100% white oak and has a bold grain pattern. It can lend a warm look to your existing decor. This product is recommended for interior use. Coordinates with matching riser to give your stairway a rich new look.
  • 60 in. x 11-1/2 in. x 1 in. approximate dimensions
  • Made of 100% solid white oak
  • Unfinished, stain or varnish to enhance the grain and complement your decor
  • For interior use only
  • Sold separately is a matching riser for this tread
  • Bostik tread-lock adhesive highly recommended (sold separately #300732207)
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  • California residents

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Q:For the 42” retread, the title says white oak but in the description it says red oak. Could you comfirm wood species
by|Jun 26, 2022
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A:  This is white oak. Thank you for letting us know the description is wrong. We will work to get that corrected.

by|Jun 27, 2022
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    Q:Do they sell matching posts, handrail, and banister?
    by|Jun 13, 2022
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    A:  At Stairtek, we do not sell posts, handrails or banisters. You would need to check with the Home Depot store in your area.

    by|Jun 14, 2022
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      Q:I have a landng in the middle of my stairs. Do they sell matching hardwood flooring? Its about 10 sq ft.
      by|Jun 13, 2022
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      A:  At Stairtek, we do not sell hardwood flooring, you would have to check with your local Home Depot store.

      by|Jun 14, 2022
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        Q:I like the color the way it is. What if I dont want to stain it?
        by|Jun 13, 2022
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        A:  You don't have to stain it. Just lightly sand it with the grains (120/150 grid), clean from dust and apply 3 coats of clear coat (polyurethane) satin finish. Remember to lightly sand it between coats

        by|Jun 14, 2022

          A:  A finish is recommended, as the bare wood will pick up soil and stains if left bare. Mike

          by|Jun 14, 2022
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          Customer Reviews

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          Great quality hard wood and easy to work with. Unfinished...
          Great quality hard wood and easy to work with. Unfinished surface does not need much prepping for staining and final clear coat.
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          Excellent solid product. We had them stained the same color as our solid white oak floors and the...
          Excellent solid product. We had them stained the same color as our solid white oak floors and they match perfectly.
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          Easy to stain and cut. Looks great!...
          Easy to stain and cut. Looks great!
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          We just refinished our stairs with this product using Tread-Lock adhesive and Minwax pre-stain co...
          We just refinished our stairs with this product using Tread-Lock adhesive and Minwax pre-stain conditioner and Minwax wood stain and they came out beautifully. (In areas of heavy grain, the stain will sweat from the wood a bit so go back to check it occasionally as it dries so you don't have odd sticky spots). The only reason I give this a 4 of 5 stars is that they are very sensitive to sanding. What I mean is, if you don't sand them at all they will take lots of stain, but if you sand to make them smoother, make sure you do EXACTLY the same thing to each one. For example, I used fine 180 grit very lightly with the best result...but used 220 grit also lightly on another step (ran out of 180) and it accepted far less stain, and one step is lighter than the others. I solved my problem by placing that tread in direct light so the darker one appears to simply be in a shadow...came out fine...just be careful andmethodical. I would totally use these again.
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            The retread was made from quality wood. It was easy to work with and took the finish beautifully....
            The retread was made from quality wood. It was easy to work with and took the finish beautifully. My project turned out better than expected!
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            My project required 16 treads and I was very pleased with the quality of this product. The surfac...
            My project required 16 treads and I was very pleased with the quality of this product. The surfaces were clean and crisp. They only required light sanding before applying stain. Some of the treads had slight cupping from front to back but this is difficult to avoid when using 11.5" wide,1/2" thick oak but it did not interfere with installation or performance. There was no twist or bow across the length of the treads; they were nice and straight. Use of the template tool is a must to get a tight fit against the stringers. There are several Stairtek installation videos on YouTube. There are 2 techniques for dealing with existing bullnose treads. One method removes the bullnose flush with the riser before applying the retread. The other method is to apply spacers at the bottom of the risers so the retreads can be applied over the existing treads. I used the later method to avoid sawing off the overhang.
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              Makes a DIY redo on our worn stairs beautiful and easy. Nicely milled, sanded and ready to cut an...
              Makes a DIY redo on our worn stairs beautiful and easy. Nicely milled, sanded and ready to cut and install. Highly recommend using a Tread Tool (treadtool.com) to ensure the treads fit perfectly. We replaced carpeted stairs with red oak treads (stained dark walnut with a hand-rubbed Tung oil finish) and patterned tile risers. The results exceeded expectation!
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              Wonderful product and excellent service from Home depot. Worked well on my steps and looks great.
              Wonderful product and excellent service from Home depot. Worked well on my steps and looks great.
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              I am really happy with these steps and would order these again if I was ever going to do redo som...
              I am really happy with these steps and would order these again if I was ever going to do redo some stairs. I justed finished the install It was much more difficult than I thought it was going to be. The the house it was put in was built in 1955 and nothing was straight or level. I am a not at all a carpenter by profession though I am slowly learning.
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              Very pleased !
              More work than I originally anticipated,however, the product is great !
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