Gerry and I recently returned from a trip to the Big Island of Hawaii, where we first learned of the Koa tree, and immediately fell in love with the wood. Hawaii is the only place on earth (so far) where the Koa tree is found, and only grows at altitudes between 1500 and 6000 feet.
This is Part 3 in a series of posts about wood, wood products & wood veneers If your mom was like mine, she warned you to always wear clean underwear in case you got in an accident and had to go to the hospital. I think she thought it would be a reflection on her
This is Part 2 in a series of posts about wood, wood products & wood veneers “Ugh” the customer said after I told her how beautiful the inlaid veneer was on her 1920′s sideboard that she brought in for repair. “I didn’t realize it was veneer,” she continued, “I thought it was solid wood.” Veneer
This is Part 1 in a series of posts about wood, wood products & veneers A friend of mine recently purchased a dining table from a high end furniture store, after being told by the salesperson that it was solid wood. While it is true that the table was made mostly from wood products, it was
Tip of the day: Use an oil polish (like lemon oil or orange oil) to polish and dust your furniture. Avoid waxes, aerosol sprays and cleaners because over time, they can present problems. Waxes and aerosol sprays can cause build-up on your finish and it will eventually need to be removed. Most cleaners contain solvents