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Rough sawn Whitewood Stick timber (L)2.4m (W)50mm (T)47mm, Pack of 4

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Rough sawn Whitewood Stick timber (L)2.4m (W)50mm (T)47mm, Pack of 4
£31.28
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Warning: Wear gloves to avoid splinters. When sanding or cutting, it is advised that customers use breathing and eye protection. Avoid inhalation of sawdust. Do not use in contact with drinking water or food. Do not use for animal bedding or in fish ponds. Dispose of treated wood responsibly. Industrial waste should be disposed of through an authorised waste contractor.

    Features and benefits

    This timber is slow grown and kiln dried, making it more stable and easier to work with.

    • Pressure treated to protect against fungal and insect attack for longer life
    • Seal cut edges with a suitable treatment when used externally

    Health and safety

    Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

    Specifications

    BrandMetsä Wood
    Colour groupGreen
    LocationInternal & external
    MaterialWhitewood
    Model name/numberKDGP07P
    Pack quantity4
    Product length2400mm
    Product thickness47mm
    Product weight14660g
    Product width50mm
    Surface finishRough sawn
    Timber typeSoftwood
    Product code3663602862550

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    Anonymous - 3 years ago

    I want some of this timber but have no idea whatsoever haw many are in a pack. I'm sure the product is good its just B&Q's website that's lacking.