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Teak plank: Misc



Up to date as of February 07, 2010

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Teak planks are used in the Construction skill to make moderately high level furniture. Each teak plank gives 90 experience points (so if an item uses two teak planks, players will gain 180 Experience).

Teak planks are made by taking teak logs to the sawmill northeast of Varrock and asking the sawmill operator to convert the logs into planks, at the cost of 500 coins per teak plank. Players can send their servant to the sawmill, but it will still cost the 500 coins per plank.


Teak planks can be used to make a profit. However, Oak planks pure profit would be 60 coins more.

Here is the breakdown:

  • Cost of Teak Log: 203 coins update.
  • Cost to make Teak Plank: 500 coins.
  • Teak Plank sells for: 891 coins update.
  • Profit would be approximately 188 coins

Note: Prices change frequently, so check RuneScape's Grand Exchange Prices for more precise details.

Note: Another way to make profit would be to cut down teaks, get two special logs, which come randomly, and trade those in at the saw mill for 26 planks. That's 13 planks per special log.


Try to wear the least armour and try to keep low weight. Boots of Lightness, spotted or spottier capes and/or Penance Gloves can be helpful for this.

If players have access to the Balloon transport system they may use it to make Planks quickly. Start at Castle Wars, using the Bank chest, and use the balloon to travel between there and the Varrock Sawmill. Due to weight restrictions, players may only carry about 18 logs to be made into planks at a time (as well as the money to make the planks and the Willow logs for the transport and a Ring of duelling to return to Castle Wars. Players can take the maximum 26 logs per trip by using Weight-reducing equipment.

Note: Familiars cannot be used on the balloon transport system.


This article uses material from the "Teak plank" article on the Runescape wiki at Wikia and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike License.


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