How to choose outdoor solid wood tables and chairs?

- Jul 14, 2018-


Nowadays, the outdoor solid wood tables and chairs on the market are confusing, and it is difficult to distinguish the authenticity. How should consumers choose outdoor solid wood tables and chairs?

Real outdoor solid wood table and chair, don't be scared by the scar on the surface, but a good helper to choose outdoor solid wood table and chair. Because of the natural color difference of outdoor solid wood table and chair, the brilliance and texture have certain differences, the furniture of solid wood veneer There are few defects in appearance, and the texture is clear and even better than all-outdoor solid wood furniture. You can knock the wood surface with your hand, the solid wood material will give a crisper sound, and the wood-based panel will have a low sound. Consumers can use the texture and knots of solid wood to look at the corresponding positions on the exterior and back, respectively. If the correspondence is good, it is pure solid wood.

Secondly, it is necessary to look at the cross-section of the wood. The surface of the original original outdoor solid wood table and chair will be coated with environmentally-friendly paint after polishing. The cross-section can be used to see the texture of the wood. If the manufacturer puts the wood-based panel with a solid wood skin, of course, the surface Sleek and improved durability, but the cross section of the board will find two sides intersecting the texture wood grain, the normal growth direction of the divergent trees, which is the main identification method.

The last thing is that the hand touches the nose and the smell is inseparable. Using this convenient method to identify, I believe that the outdoor solid wood furniture that I judge is also inseparable. In addition, the solid wood skin feels very textured, and the feel of the ordinary paper-making skin is dry. In addition, looking at scars is also a good way to identify pure wood, optimistic about the location of the scar side, and then find the corresponding texture on the other side. Most wood has the aroma of tree species, pine has a rosin taste, cedar has a light fragrance, and eucalyptus has a very strong eucalyptus taste, but fiberboard and MDF have a strong irritating scent, especially in cabinet doors or drawers. Inside, it smells easier to distinguish. The most common, but often effective, method is to smell the furniture at close intervals.