C & better southern yellow pine unfinished traditional stair tread closed 42 in i am interested in this product and need several of these. Am rebuilding a century old house. Are these treads made from 1 board or are they glued together from smaller boards?. Allow me to share images about southern yellow pine grade c and better unfinished, natural pine stairs, tank treads, grey stained pine stairs, stained pine stair treads, home depot, etc.
Top choice quality manufactured from 1 grade southern yellow pine pressure treated for exterior above ground use not intended for ground contact lifetime limited warranty that protects against damage by fungal decay or termite infestation that makes the wood structurally unfit for the application for which it was used
Yellow pine is the industry term for the coniferous species of tree known as the jeffrey pine or ponderosa pine in the southern united states yellow pine can refer to longleaf pine shortleaf pine loblolly or slash pine in the united kingdom yellow pine refers to the scots pine or the eastern white pine
It x27 s possible to stain pine stair treads but it takes more prep work to get good results with pine than it does with harder woods the main problem is that pine tends to soak up stain unevenly resulting in a blotchy unnatural appearance to get the wood ready for staining you need to hand sand each tread thoroughly
Southern yellow pine boards the grade is c amp btr kiln dried mostly clear mixed grain and s4s also available in flooring
To finish pine stair treads attach a medium grade disc to a power sander and sand the treads then replace the medium grade disc with a fine grade disc and sand them again roll a pencil up into a piece of fine grain sandpaper and hand sand all of the corners and edges use wood filler to fill in cracks and holes and wait 24 hours for it to