Poplar grows in Europe and North America. The colors range from creamy white to gray; sometimes with a greenish tint. Poplar is used for moulding, kitchen utensils, food containers, boxes, crates and baskets. Poplar is one of the more common hardwoods used due to it being economical and readily available.
JANKA HARDNESS SCALE: 540
What’s the difference in these Hardwoods?
Rough: This item is left rough on all sides. Need the boards milled? See our Woodshop Services available upon request when purchasing the boards.
S2S: Skip surfaced on both faces and left rough on the edges. Most of our hardwoods come in S2S from the mill. This is going to be the most economical way to purchase our hardwoods. S2S hardwoods are only sold here at the store. Need the boards milled? See our Woodshop Services available upon request when purchasing the boards.
S4S: This item is in stock already surfaced on all four sides. It is readily available at store.
Rough Poplar hardwood is stocked in 12/4 and 16/4 (close-out) thickness only. JANKA HARDNESS SCALE: 540
$2.88 – $4.59
Poplar Hardwood S2S is stocked in 4 thicknesses from 4/4 to 8/4. Skip surfaced on both faces, left rough on the edges, and sold by the board foot. The widths and lengths can vary by board. JANKA HARDNESS SCALE: 540
Poplar S4S hardwood is stocked in 2 thicknesses in widths from 4″ to 12″. Clean dressed on all four sides with square edges. Lengths can vary and sold by the linear foot. JANKA HARDNESS SCALE: 540