Genuine Mahogany 4/4 x 8" x 6' Project Pack, 5pcs Lumber
Genuine Mahogany 4/4 x 8" x 6' Project Pack, 5pcs
Special BuyThanks to our global lumber sources, we've found a sweet deal on beautiful 1x8 Genuine Mahogany harvested from certified sawmills in Central America.
Expect the classic high-end beauty of Honduran mahogany yet at a fraction of the price. This affordable mahogany comes in a super easy size of 8" widths.
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|Thickness||4/4, S2S is 13/16"|
|Grade||Select & Better|
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About Genuine Mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla)View All Genuine Mahogany Products
2.58lbs /Bd. Ft.
Ease of Finishing
Genuine Mahogany is a Exotic wood from Latin America
Ranks among the finest cabinet woods. Exceptionally stable and clear with a natural luster. Moderately coarse texture. Requires filling to achieve a class smooth surface but accepts virtually all finishes with ease. Widely praised for its response to hand tools, power tools, and all woodworking procedures.
Yellowish brown to reddish or orange brown.
A massive tree with a beautiful canopy, this tree grows to over 150 feet with trunk diameter over 72" above large buttresses.
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Furniture, cabinets, guitars and other musical instruments, interiors, boat building, pattern making, trim, entry doors, stairs.
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