How to distinguish solid wood furniture


One: The echo is even when beating everywhere If it is […]

One: The echo is even when beating everywhere

If it is not solid wood furniture, it will be dull to knock it up, because it is either solid wood or composite board. The density of the composite board is not uniform, so the auditory effect produced by the sound has a kind of hazy feeling.

Two: curvature and wood grain

The curvature and pattern of solid wood furniture can only be achieved by cutting, and doing so will waste a lot of wood, so ordinary manufacturers will not use this method, so if there is a very curved shape, consumers are better to do it A professional appraisal. Another magic weapon for identification is to see if the wood grains on both sides of the same position are the same. In addition, some woods have specific surface characteristics, which can be regarded as natural business cards that cannot be imitated.

Three: The wood grain is natural and smooth without seams

When you touch it, you can feel its wood grain very clear and smooth along the way. The quality of small furniture can be identified by the wood grain feel, but if it is a large piece of furniture, it must be spliced ​​together, which is not accurate by touching it. It depends on listening.

Four: see if the solid wood furniture is made of a whole piece of solid wood

First look at the wood grain and scarring. For example, a wardrobe door looks like a pattern on the outside. Then look at the position of the pattern change at the corresponding position on the back of the door. If it corresponds well, it is a pure solid wood door. Looking at the scar is also a good way to identify pure wood: look at the location of the side with the scar, and then look for the corresponding pattern on the other side.

Five: Divided into three levels according to the weight of wood

The lightweight ones include dried paulownia wood, and the heavyweight ones include pine, basswood, and autumn wood. In northern my country, the medium-density wood is called soft miscellaneous wood (except pine). Except for the hardwoods such as mahogany, rosewood and red sandalwood, the heavyweight wood, Fraxinus mandshurica, birch and imported willow eucalyptus are all called hard miscellaneous wood. In summary, the wood furniture mentioned above is lighter than the furniture made of particleboard and medium density fiberboard.

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