Hardware Resources P20-5-42-HMP 5" W x 5" D x 42" H Hard Maple Reed Post
Hardware Resources P20-5-42-HMP 5" W x 5" D x 42" H Hard Maple Reed Post is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.
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Delivery and Shipping
Delivery and Shipping
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Traditional Wood One Reed Post - 5" Wide x 5" Deep x 42" Tall. Wood Species Characteristics: Alder is characterized by its straight grain and even texture. Its reddish color often looks similar to brown cherry. While Alder is often used to imitate cherry, its rich hue is beautiful. And certainly warrants use for its own distinct qualities. Although it dents relatively easily, it offers a stable surface. Alder can be painted or stained, depending on your application The rich tones allow for a cherry-like stain, while the even texture makes this wood a great paint choice Maple wood is characterized as dense and light in color Similar to our maple wood, Maple wood is a fine textured smooth and close-grained wood that requires no filler Hard Maple provides a smooth, transparent surface for finishing of any type Whether you are choosing a light stain or a dark stain, we recommend hard maple as your go-to type of wood. Rubberwood has very little tendency to warp or crack, as well as a dense grain character. Another advantage is that it is earth friendly. Unlike other trees used for lumber, rubberwood is not harvested until it can no longer be used for its latex-producing sap; and then when it is harvested, new gum trees are put up. It's a great option for stains or rubber paint. Often considered an economy grade paint, we recommend a good primer be used before painting rubberwood. This is because rubberwood is porous in nature.
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