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 Wood Work

Wood Works

Wood fabrication with your furniture can be done by our team.  We can do the wood working for your furniture production needs together with solid surface or stand alone. 

Wood Properties :

The wood characteristics in its structure and density continues to be a favorite furniture material because it excels in most of the manufacturer's and consumer's selection  criteria and it  is  readily available and cost-competitive and can blend with other materials.

Performance Characteristics :
We select properly dried wood when you request  on your specification to assure you of dimension stability.

Appearance Characteristics :
The appearance is often of primary importance when choosing woods for items where the woodsurface  is  readily  visible.  For designs that has exposed wood, the color, texture, and grain pattern of the wood are determined to get the desired beauty, texture, color and grain that you may need.

Please note when you specify wood the several types: artificial laminate, engineered wood, hardwoods, inlays, kiln dried, hardwoods, softwoods, solid woods and veneer.

Wood Care and Maintenance

  • Frequent dusting of your furniture will help maintain the luster of both oil and lacquer finishes.  Use a dry, soft cotton cloth.
  • Don't place wet or hot objects on your wooden furniture.  Use trivets and coasters to prevent damage, and wipe up spills promptly.
  • Use window coverings or tablecloths to prevent daily direct exposure of your furniture to the sun.
  • As part of natural aging, your wood furniture will typically develop a beautiful patina and undergo color changes, depending on the wood.
  • To care for furniture finished with oil and wax:
    • Frequent dusting how much wear the furniture receives. 
    • To brighten an oil & wax finish, you may rewax.  It covers up small scratches and removes all built-up grease, dust, grime and dirt.
    • If your oil/wax furniture looks particularly dry (as opposed to merely dull), you may want to re-oil the piece. Re-oiling involves removing existing wax, applying an oil product such as linseed oil, and re-waxing.

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