you got me confused-not that hard-
What is this 1x5x12 you speak of?
In stock lumber-
1x2 (3/4x1-3/4 actual)
1x4 (3/4 x 3-1/2 actual)
1x6 (3/4 x 5-1/2 actual)
1x8 (3/4 x 7-1/4 actual)
1x10 (3/4 x 9-1/4 actual)
1x12 (3/4 x 11-1/4 actual)
These can be had in pine with knots, clear pine, poplar and various other species.
You can sometimes find "boards" in MDF which would probably be primed-they should follow the real wood sizings above.
Rarely sometimes (except WindsorOne and a few others) you find primed finger jointed boards (real wood pieced together to form one wider/longer board)
I also have here Paulonia. 1x4, 6, 8, and 12 in width-16 ft long. Good looking stuff, I often use it where I want square edge stock that's PRIMED.
Fill me in on what you're using for door and window casing and baseboard-size, species etc.
Remember, Casing is ALWAYS thicker, so you don't end up with butting the "same " thinkness baseboard to it and it looks like [JOBSITE WORD] because you'll never join those two elements together well.
Lemme have it.
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