Photo: How to distinguish between teak and imitation teak?

At present, counterfeit teak furniture in the market is focused on "all" and "real" and "not real" articles, nothing more than full teak furniture fake teak furniture, non-wood furniture counterfeit solid wood furniture. So, how to identify true and false teak?

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First, teak furniture

a. Full teak furniture (also known as full teak solid wood furniture) - refers to all wooden parts of the product, in addition to the mirror tray and pallet pressure lines, must use solid wood furniture made of teak.

b. The main part of teak furniture - refers to the appearance of the appearance of the product must use teak wood, interior and concealed place can use other high-quality solid wood furniture. In most cases, the manufacturers are not willing to label the “main part” of the word, so the teak furniture that the manufacturer claims is actually the main teak furniture.

Second, imitation teak furniture

Can be divided into three categories, these three categories are not solid wood furniture:

a. teak splint furniture - refers to the product all wooden parts made of teak wood profiles and teak plywood furniture made of wood.

b. Teak veneer furniture - refers to the appearance of wood furniture using teak veneer or veneer.

c. Teak Finished Furniture - refers to the appearance of wood furniture using teak wood grain or painted with teak color paint film.

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