While strolling through the furniture stores, gazing at all those shiny and brand new household items, there’s a high ninety, or furthermore, ninety-nine percent chances that you’ve bumped into a label that said “one hundred percent whitewood.” And chances are, let’s say a hundred percent that the item on which the aforementioned label was, is way more affordable than hard maple or Chinese cedar.
You must’ve wondered, even for a second, why? What is Whitewood and Why is it cheaper? It all looks the same to an inexperienced eye.
In case you’re experienced in woodworks, you should probably go and read some of our other articles. However, it is strongly recommended that you stay and continue reading just to double-check your current knowledge. Anyways, it’s the text below you can find everything about whitewood you always wanted to know.