3/8" x 1-1/2" - 18" White Wood 10-pack
Nominal: 3/8" x 1-1/2" – 18"
Cut for creativity, these sanded white wood boards are so multipurpose, do we dare call them indispensable? Featuring clean, smooth surfaces, this handy 10-pack is perfect for a wide range of home decor and craft projects. Ideal for custom finishes like paint and stain, or leave natural for a clean, simple look.
Ready to customize with the finishes of your choice, including paint, stain, vinyl decals, and sealant.
- Pack of 10, 3/8"-thick, 1-1/2"-wide, 18"-long, thin-cut lengths of white wood
- Actual dimensions: 0.37" x 1.5" - 1.5'
- Coverage area per pack: 1.9 sq. ft.
- Tolerance: Thickness and Width +/- 1/16"; Length +/- 1/8"
- Weight: Approx. 0.2 lbs each, 2.2 lbs per pack
- Grade: D-grade SYP (Southern Yellow Pine) or J-grade or equivalent
- Species: SPF (spruce/pine/fir)
- California residents, see Prop 65 Warning Fact Sheet for wood dust
Can these boards be used outside?Any board that isn't pressure treated isn't going to last long outside without a weather-resistant protectant sealer. For best results outdoors, use polyurethane or polycrylic. Both increase durability and are moisture- and heat-resistant.
What is the difference between nominal and actual dimensions?
Nominal dimensions are the sizes wood products are commonly called, as well as the size the wood was before it was cut, sanded, planed, surfaced, etc. The actual measurements are the final size you purchase and the size you have to work with.
For example, a 1" x 4" - 2' Sanded Board has nominal dimensions of 1" x 4" – 24" and actual dimensions of 0.75" x 3.5" – 24".
You can find our nominal and actual dimenions on each product's page, just below its name:
1" x 4" - 2' Sanded Boards 4-pack
Actual: 0.75" x 3.5" – 24"
Nominal: 1" x 4" – 24"
Will climate affect my boards?Our boards are kiln-dried during manufacturing which adds stability and works to minimize warp and shrinkage. However, if your climate or home environment is quite hot and humid or cold and dry, we recommend giving your boards a few days to acclimate before starting your project.