MADE OF WOOD
Acacia is an extremely dense and durable wood that’s hard to damage. It’s also weather resistant and doesn’t absorb much moisture which makes it a great wood for outdoor furniture.
Beech is unsuitable for outdoor use except for the special outdoor coating. It reacts severely to humidity changes,
and also gets nasty black mildew very easily.
We provide specialized coating solutions for interior or exterior (need to withstand weather elements) use, as well as food-grade contact. Meanwhile, it can also be stained according to the colorway you request with maintaining the natural texture of the wood itself.
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Ash wood also tends to be one of the least rot-resistant species, so it‘s not something you’d want to keep outside, and better for indoor use.
It is widely used for veneer, plywood and pulpwood. we usually used to make food-contact items and furniture.
Oak is an open-pored wood that soaks up water like a sponge, this leads Oak to rot and decay quickly in outdoor use.