Pradoo is an exotic wood specie found in Southeast Asia. It is naturally resistant to termite and has a medium to high patina, which gives it a beautiful and distinct look. It is described as having a slight spice like scent and falls into the median range of hardness on the Janka scale. Pradoo wood is also somewhat course in texture and over time, its color changes to a copper red tone.
Given, Pradoo’s hardness, it is used in residential and commercial applications. Its uses include flooring, decking, cabinetry, rustic furniture, mine timbers, and bedroom suites.
Appearance: The sapwood of pradoo is grayish-white while the heartwood is yellowish-red to golden brown in color after exposure to sunlight.
Grain: an interlocked, ribbon-like grain.
Characteristics: is trendy in specialty furniture and flooring because of its unique look.
Janka Hardness: 2170
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