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Round edge Whitewood C16 CLS timber (L)2.4m (W)63mm (T)38mm
- CE marked
Features and benefits
Strength graded to C16 specification for structural applications
- Regularised for uniformity with rounded edges for easy handling
- Do not use in contact with drinking water or food
- Do not use for animal bedding or in fish ponds
Health and safety
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Great product if you can pick a straight one.
Mummy81boys - 1 month ago
Bought a few recently and the price is higher only because of covid and supply chains raising cost. Don’t like it don’t buy it. My only moan is finding ones that are straight. Going for more this weekend to build cupboards around boiler on my kids room.
Good, solid timber
ejsdon - 1 month ago
I buy this very regularly from B&Q - my local timber merchant does a treated version, but I prefer this product. When I go to the warehouse I pick through the lengths to get good ones - quite a few are bowed which is no use to me. I would say about one in three from the shelf are acceptable. I can only echo the sentiments of many on here who have complained about the price rise - though I see it has now dropped slightly to below £5. I will buy this a lot more often once it gets back to its 'real' price of around £3 a length.
Good product at ridiculous price
roobalob - 2 months ago
Can’t argue with the product. But the profiteering is becoming scandalous.
They need to realise they can’t flog a dead horse.
Cuts well. Sometimes the wood is bowed, needs to be checked.
Knots and imperfections are common, need checked before you pick up.
Great product, extortionate price rise.
RealViper - 2 months ago
As others have said, the timber itself is top quality and I must have bought almost a hundred lengths of this over the last 3-4 years when it was sub £3. It seems to go up every time I visit the store now and it's currently more than double the price it was about a year ago. Things go up we all know that but come on B&Q, your timber prices are just getting ridiculous now and it's a wonder you sell any?
£5.57! No Way!
Barrytbs - 2 months ago
£5.57! What are you smoking B&Q? The commodity has fallen 70% and prices are stabilising. I’ll wait thanks