Smoke White Charred Wood Trim Boards, 2-pack

SKU: 311590P
QTY Available: 50
$51.61
Smoke White Charred Wood Trim Boards, 2-pack

Product Highlights

  • Wood transformed with flames and smoky white paint
  • Kiln dried for less shrinkage and warp
  • 1 in. x 4 in. x 8 ft. (nominal)
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Product Details

Nominal Thickness 1 inch
Nominal Width 4 inches
Actual Thickness 11/16 inch
Material Spruce/Pine/Fir
Actual Width 3-1/2 inch
What Is Included 2 trim boards
Texture Smooth
Weight 5 lbs
Brand UFP-Edge
Profile Square Edge
Coverage Area 2.33 sq ft per board / 4.66 sq ft per pack
Boards per Pack 2 pieces
Can Be Used With Smoke White Charred Shiplap
Smoke White Charred Square Edge
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including titanium dioxide and chlorothalonil, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.

Product Overview

UFP-Edge White Charred Wood Trim Boards are ready to make your project fabulous. Colored charred wood is made by running boards through fire, burning top and edges (not the bottom). This highlights streaks and knots. Boards are then washed with white paint.

A light, non-shiny clear coat protects the surface. Note that if you plan to use the boards for furniture, or in busy areas like kitchens or wet areas like a backsplash or bathroom, you must seal with polyurethane to protect the finish. INDOOR USE ONLY.

Use the boards to trim a dreamy accent wall made with this Smoke White Charred Wood Shiplap.

READ THIS ABOUT COLOR: The intensity of charring and color varies from board to board because of wood's natural streaks and knots. Color may be brighter in some areas (like around knots). Natural wood might show through in some places. If you want consistent color for your project, we recommend ordering at least 10% more wood than you think you need.