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Questions and Answers for SANDEPLY 5.2mm - Sandeply Plywood (1/4 in. Category Common: 1/4 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; Actual: 0.205 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.)

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Model #479023

Store SKU #479023

  • Features minimal core voids for protection when sawing
  • Sande plywood construction withstands damage
  • Smooth surface makes it easy to paint

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Q:is this CRAB complaint
by|Jan 24, 2024
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A:  Yes it is CARB compliant

by|Feb 17, 2024
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    Q:If I use this product for the panel in shaker cabinet doors, how much expansion/retraction can I expect from season to season? They would be painted (2-coats) with a semi-gloss paint.
    by|Jan 19, 2024
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    A:  Hard to answer due to where you are located with climate but with 2 coats it should expand alot

    by|Jan 24, 2024
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      Q:Can i use this to install an attic floor? Too thin? Would 1/2” be better? If not, What would you recomment?
      by|Dec 28, 2023
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      A:  You will need 3/4 if you don't want to fall through

      by|Jan 27, 2024
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        A:  I would think a thicker panel for flooring over the thin 5.2mm.

        by|Dec 29, 2023
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          Q:Is there a SDS for the 52 Sandeply Plywood? What type of formaldehyde is used? Is it phenol/urea? Are the glues NAF/PF?
          by|Dec 9, 2023
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          A:  Sandeply is produced with ULTRA LOW EMITTING FORMADEHYDE. For it to have the ULEF approval it is below the industry set standard.

          by|Dec 11, 2023
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            Q:Is that plywood formaldehyde free?
            by|Nov 22, 2023
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            A:  It is not. Sandeply is one of the few imports that meet the very strict Carb and TSCA standards for emissions. Our emissions are an ultra-low fuming.

            by|Jan 9, 2024
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              Q:If I covered this with polyurethane how would it hold up outdoors?
              by|Nov 8, 2023
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              A:  Our Sandeply would not do well outdoors with any covering as the product we supply to Home Depot does not have an exterior glue line. I would suggest you reach out to your local Home Depot and ask for recommendations of other exterior plywood options for your project. Thanks

              by|Nov 21, 2023
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                Q:Can this product (Sandeply 5.2mm) be mounted over a garage drywall ceiling?
                by|Nov 7, 2023
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                A:  Our Sandeply panels are mainly used for cabinetry and furniture applications. I would suggest you reach out to your local HD Pro desk to see if they may have any recommendations for this particular application to confirm if the Sandeply could work or do they have a better option for you project.

                by|Nov 7, 2023
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                  Q:can this be cut in half and be used for desk chair mat with 12x12 peel and stick fool tiles on it?
                  by|Nov 6, 2023
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                  A:  No plywood makes a poor chair mat, the constant rolling action of the chair will cause the laminated layers to come apart and the plywood the fall apart. Plus it is too thick for a chair mat. Mike

                  by|Nov 6, 2023
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                  Q:Can you use Loctite PL to glue to wall?
                  by|Oct 21, 2023
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                  A:  Not familiar with this as our plywood panels are mainly used for cabinetry and furniture. I would check with your local HD store for recommendations.

                  by|Oct 23, 2023
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                    Q:Is sanding recommended prior to paint?
                    by|Oct 21, 2023
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                    A:  I'm not familiar with the job you are doing but depending on your project you will need to sand. I would reach out to your local HD store for recommendations based your your specific project.

                    by|Feb 5, 2024
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