White Pine uses include millwork, mouldings, knotty pine paneling, siding and boards for boxes, crates, coffins, boats, woodenware and novelties. Used for numerous applications including carvings and sculpture, millwork, sash, doors, trim, paneling, cabinetry, furniture, toys, novelties, musical instrument components, caskets, boxes, match sticks, veneer, dowels, and patterns.
Lightweight, soft, even-textured and easily worked, White Pine is the least resinous of all pines. Straight grained with a fine, uniform texture. Creamy white, pale yellow or light brown heartwood and creamy white sapwood. Acquires an amber patina with age.
Pine Logs are susceptible to fungus discoloration.
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