White Oak is naturally rot-resistant and strong. These qualities make it a good choice for outdoor use. White Oak has traditionally been used to make railroad ties, fence posts, ships, and whiskey barrels.
White Oak usually has a finer texture and more patterned grain than Red Oak.
See Quarter Sawn White Oak for a more stable option with straighter grain.
|0.375 inches||8 inches||24 inches||1.956 lbs.|
Surfacing: Sanded to 150 grit on two sides.