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Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Natural (Prefinished Clear) Retro Stair Tread Closed 36 in

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$84.57 ea

Note: All real wood exotic species change color greatly over time and may vary in color significantly. Check out our blog post on ambering for more information »

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Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Natural Retro Stair Tread Closed 36 in

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  • Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Natural (Prefinished Clear) Retro Stair Tread Closed 36 in
  • Expect a range with any exotic wood species - This is an example of Brazilian Cherry treads

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Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba) Natural Retro Stair Tread Closed 36 in

Additional Information

Unit Of Measure ea
SKU RTCJNATL-36
Width 11-1/2 in
Color Natural (Prefinished Clear)
Length 36 in
Prefinished Yes
Profile Retro Stair Tread Closed
Thickness 3/4 in
Wood Species Brazilian Cherry (Jatoba)
Quickship Item No
Standard Dimensions Click for standard stair tread dimensions View standard tread & riser dimensions

Product Questions

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How many coats of finish are applied to the treads? Is the finish applied to both sides of the tread nose?
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Is this tread finished with polyurethane?
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How much variation in color are there in your Brazilian Cherry retro treads? I have the sample but it is very uniform in color and not at all like the variation in the flooring.

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when you say natural, does that mean finished or something else?
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I had purchased retro fit stair treads from a different company and 2 days after installing them every tread and riser started to split and crack. Have you seen this problem at all with your treads and risers and if so, any idea why this would happen. We are in search of new treads and risers to replace the damaged ones. The risers were installed with Liquid Nails adhesive, no nails at all other than a couple of pin nails in the bullnose.
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Do you guys have the white risers like in your installation video?
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I am considering replacing my carpeted stairs with your Brazillian Cheery stair treads. It occurs to me that the first step will be ¾” higher than the rest of the steps. The difference in height between the first and all other steps may be a safety issue or may just feel unnatural. Do you have a thinner tread for the first step or do you recommend replacing the first step with a new, thinner step before applying the tread?
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I plan on using a pneumatic nail gun to drive 16 gauge finish nails in the Brazilian Cherry treads. Must I pre drill the holes since the wood is very hard?
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I don't see anywhere on this site, a tread that is wedge shaped. I have a stair case that curves to the left. Will I have to purchase two treads and rip them down, glue them together and then install them?
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