White Oak Premium Hardwood S2S
White Oak Premium Hardwood S2S

White Oak 1 in x 6 in x 72 in Premium (12 board feet/4 piece set)

Regular price$217.26
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White Oak is a light to medium brown. Its attractive straight grain can add a polished look to your various woodworking projects. It can be stained or polished to an excellent finish. These boards are surfaced-two-sides with square edges. Our hardwood isn’t a finished thickness (hit or miss) and may still require you to flatten, plane, shape or sand your boards to fit your project.

1" (Actual: 15/16)
Width 6"
Length 72"
Grade 100% clear one side
Color Light to medium brown

• DIY projects

• Furniture

• Cabinets

• Interior trim

• Flooring

Premium Quality

Our premium hardwood is 100% clear grade on one side. You can expect no wane, rot, splits, cracks, checks, chipouts or pith.

Kiln Dried

Kiln drying allows us to control the air flow, temperature and humidity so that the hardwood dries 6%-8% uniformly and can be finished to a smooth surface.


All lumber starts off rough. We surface two sides to a smooth surface so it’s easier and quicker for you to start on your project.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Good Wood

I rarely give 5-star reviews but Forest 2 Home delivered the goods. The delivery was quick and received in good condition as the packaging was very well done. The wood was in perfect condition: no knots or imperfections and all boards were straight and true. I will use Forest 2 Home again.

Douglas k Deal
not done

one broad not fish very well on one side and a chip out on one end. can sand it out. over all very good.

Tree facts

White Oak hardwood

White Oak hardwood is exclusively grown in North America and distributed throughout the eastern United States. They grow in mixed forests and can reach up to 80-100 feet tall. White Oak trees can adapt to a variety of habitats and mainly grows in lower altitude areas.

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⚠️ WARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer.  Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection.  For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.