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Paint-grade-cabinet-plywood, i just use regular birch cabinet grade plywood and poplar for white painted stuff. any hard wood like maple or even cherry will do ok though. 01-02-2013, 9:06 am #5. view forum posts. view blog entries. i use maple ply and soft maple hardwood for paint grade. costs a little more but it finishes very smooth under paint. 01-02-2013, 9:21 am #6.. The paint you apply to your plywood kitchen cabinets can look and perform beautifully for many years if you're willing to use high-quality materials and follow some important first steps. the key..., this item: cabinet grade plywood panel (common: 15/32 in. x 4 ft. x 8 ft.; actual: 0.468 in. x 48 in. x 96 in.) get everything you need (2) ryobi 13 amp corded 7-1/4 in. circular saw. select this item. milwaukee 25 ft. compact tape measure. select this item. 0 items selected. add items to cart. get everything you need. • in store only..

5mm poplar plywood, application as 4 x 8. (883) write a review. for pricing and availability. 23/32 cat ps1-09 square structural plywood pine, application as 4 x 8. (280) write a review. for pricing and availability. 15/32 cat ps1-09 square structural plywood pine, application as 4 x 8. (292) write a review. for pricing and availability., if you are selecting new cabinetry, what is paint-grade vs. stain-grade wood? is it a special type of wood? actually, it is not a type of wood. if you select to paint your cabinets, they will be made with “paint-grade” wood which is a wood that offers a flat surface and is free of knots […].

Best wood for paint grade cabinetry cabinetmakers discuss the relative merits of soft maple and poplar for paint grade work. september 8, 2008, cabinet grade veneer & plywood cabinet makers. skilled cabinet makers understand the importance of choosing the best cabinet plywood and veneer for their application. at formwood.com you can find veneer products to match virtually any finishing job in our comprehensive hardwood cabint veneer product line..

Cabinet grade plywood plywood is a glued and laminated wood that is engineered and overlaid with hardwood veneer and is normally less than 1/16 inch. the appearance of this is the only difference when it comes to comparing grades which is important for determining cost and quality., however, if staining i would suggest caution as the quality is c3 which is about mid-grade cabinet plywood. the quality of the outside veneers are graded with a letter on one side and number on the other. a=1 meaning best quality so if it is a1 (meaning one side is a and the other is 1 it is the best plywood veneer quality you can get)..

A1 or a2, with plain-sliced veneer, is usually the best grade available for work that will receive a clear finish. grades b and lower for faces, and 3 and lower for backs, are generally considered only suitable for paint-grade work. rotary-cut veneer will look like plywood, rather than solid wood.