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Aromatic Cedar Thin

Nothing smells better than these cedar wood planks!

This wood is extremely colourful with a large range of colour from reds to violet-browns. The sap wood is a distinctive yellow colour and unlike most sapwoods, it can be found in streaks through the heartwood, not just on the outside of the tree.

Be prepared for a bit of a challenge. There are many knots found in aromatic cedar which can be a challenge. The wood also has a high silica content that will wreak havoc on your edge tools. It glues and finishes well though it is typically left unfinished. 

Unfinished Aromatic Cedar is great for closets, chest and box lining because it keeps the bugs away. It is also quite rot resistant making it perfect for fence posts or outdoor furniture or projects.

Great for crafts, scroll saw work, intarsia, chip carving, laser engraving, and much more!

In order to offer more protective packing for shipping - our lengths are often 1/4" less than sizes listed. Need a wider width or longer length? Please email us for a quote. Custom millwork charges will apply.

We will provide you with a 1/4" thick x 3" wide or 4-3/4" wide x 24" long, high quality thin board! These boards are flat, straight, and ready for sanding.

  • 1/4" x 3" x 24"
  • 1/4" x 4-3/4" x 24" (set of 2 pieces)
Size: 1/4" x 3" x 24" (1 Piece)
Original price $6.95 - Original price $25.95
Original price
$6.95 - $25.95
Current price $6.95

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Buy 5 + 5% off
Buy 25 + 10% off

Customer Reviews

Based on 13 reviews
Gary Anderson (Surprise, US)

The wood I have gotten from KJP has always exceeded my expectations. I continually check the site to see what new wood they have, and hope I am in time to order some more.

Dave Brock (Winter Garden, US)

4/4 Rough Cut Aromatic Cedar Lumber

Norman Rudy (Burlington, CA)
Very good but not optimal

Very red. Using together with existing in a cedar hope chest refurbishment. The colour contrasts but the figuring is good. Some of the knots have spalted which significantly reduces the yield. I was able to salvage parts of the effected boards when resawing though. My piece dimensions nominally breakout within the 5 x 48in overall dimensions very well but the spalted damage reduced an expected 80-85% yield to about 70%. To be fair, any boards like that should be culled and iffered as a lesser grade. The tight knotted appearance is expected.