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Maple Thin

Hard Maple lumber is a popular choice - syrup not included!

Maple sapwood usually ranges from white to creamy off-white with a fine, even textured grain. There are many types of figure often seen including curl, bird’s eye and quilted grain patterns.

Maple works well with both machines and hand tools. However, it is quite unforgiving when planing against the grain and is prone to burning if your saw blades or router bits are dull.

It doesn’t get any more Canadian than this! With so many varieties of figure and dependable creamy color, this wood is a favourite for sure. The hardest of the maples and the tree that gives the sap to make tasty maple syrup.

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 5-1/2" 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 5-1/4" x 24" (set of 2 pieces)
Size: 1/4" x 3" x 24" (1 piece)
Original price $5.95 - Original price $17.30
Original price
$5.95 - $17.30
Current price $5.95
Ordering Information

In-Store Pickup: Most orders are completed within 2 business days. We will contact you via email when your order is ready for pickup.

Shipping: Most orders are packaged and ready for shipping within 2 to 4 business days of ordering.

For more information on Shipping & Returns click here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 99 reviews
Anonymous (Victoriaville, CA)
Nice wood

Nice wood but cost a lot of $ and an error on the shipping, was missing an item

Richard S (Sioux City, US)
Bad Maple

Up until this particular order, I have received excellent wood from KJP. I was very impressed with the quality of the different species of exotic wood I received in the past. However, the maple I received in this order was subpar with large knots that I was unable to work around. I was using the maple on a large serving board and the final product was flawed with too many slightly opened knots. I will continue to buy wood from KJP, because my overall opinion of KJP's products is still very high. Thanks for listening.

Mark (Redding, US)
Very happy

Beautiful wood as usual