100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster
100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster
100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster
100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster
100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster

100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster

Sale price$10.78
Wood Type:Primed
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100CE Chamfered Edge Blank Baluster

Primed / 36" x 1-1/4"

JMP Wood Brooklyn

Pickup available, usually ready in 5+ days

760 E 96th St
Brooklyn NY 11236
United States

+17183037777

JMP Wood Linden

Pickup available, usually ready in 2-4 days

621 Commerce Road
Linden NJ 07036
United States

+19089143202
  • Width: 1-1/4"
  • Blank post with chamfered edges
  • Primed poplar wood
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Wood Types

Please note: This product may not be available in all of the wood types listed below. This is a guide for our most common wood types across our store.
Red Oak
  • Good for staining
  • Harder and heavier than poplar
  • Coarse texture with distinctive grain
Poplar
  • Good for painting
  • Softer, more light weight wood
  • Typically most economical
White Oak
  • Good for staining
  • Harder and heavier than red oak
  • Finer texture than red oak
Maple
  • Good for painting or staining
  • Smooth, even texture with natural luster
  • Harder and heavier than poplar
Sapele
  • Good for exterior or interior use
  • Good for staining or painting
  • Smooth and lustrous
  • Similar to mahogany
Walnut
  • Good for staining
  • Darker wood with smooth surface
  • Strong, heavy and hard
Primed
  • Poplar wood with white primer
  • Ready to be painted

Wood Types

Please note: This product may not be available in all of the wood types listed below. This is a guide for our most common wood types across our store.
Red Oak
  • Good for staining
  • Harder and heavier than poplar
  • Coarse texture with distinctive grain
Poplar
  • Good for painting
  • Softer, more light weight wood
  • Typically most economical
White Oak
  • Good for staining
  • Harder and heavier than red oak
  • Finer texture than red oak
Maple
  • Good for painting or staining
  • Smooth, even texture with natural luster
  • Harder and heavier than poplar
Sapele
  • Good for exterior or interior use
  • Good for staining or painting
  • Smooth and lustrous
  • Similar to mahogany
Walnut
  • Good for staining
  • Darker wood with smooth surface
  • Strong, heavy and hard
Primed
  • Poplar wood with white primer
  • Ready to be painted