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CHERRY

At    American    Woodline,    we    help you     realize     your     dreams.          Our product      line      is      an      extensive collection      of      the      best      quality unpainted    furniture    on    the    East Coast.        We    provide    professional quality    finishing    at    a    reasonable price, or you can finish it yourself. We    also    provide    expert    advice    to help   you   make   the   most   from   your purchase.    Call us today!
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Over 20 Years in Business

CHERRY

Finishing of Cherry

Cherry   has   a   beatiful   flowing   grain   that   makes   any   item   look   magnificent.      Cherry   takes   stain   extremely well,   and   can   be   made   dark   or   lighter.      Due   to   the   darker   wood   characteristincs,   cherry   will   stay   on   the darker side, regardless of the stain chosen.  Native Regions  There   approximately   25   species   of   cherry   in   the   United   States,   but   very   few   are   used   for   commercial purposes.   Black   Cherry   trees   grow   predominately   in   the   Eastern   United   States.   More   specifically,   they   are found   from   the   Dakotas   south   to   Eastern   Texas   and   east   to   the   Atlantic   Coast.   They   grow   in   abundance   in the    Appalachian    Mountains,    typically    in    deep,    well    drained,    acidic    soils    between    1000    to    4000    ft. elevations. They thrive in cool, moist climates during the growing season. Characteristics  There   are   many   species   of   cherry   wood   in   the   United   States,   but   the   black   cherry   is   probably   the   most prominent   wood   used   for   commercial   purposes.   It   is   a   moderately   heavy   wood,   with   an   average   weight of   35   lbs/cu.   ft.   Cherry   heartwood   is   a   reddish-brown   color,   with   somewhat   darker   reddish-brown   grain patterns   throughout.   It   is   a   stiff,   strong   wood   that   has   a   high   resistance   to   shock   and   denting.   Also,   it   has a    fine    uniform    texture,    and    typically,    a    straight    grain    pattern.    But    occasionally    it    can    show    some interlocking,   which   adds   to   its   interest   and   beauty.   Cherry   is   moderately   durable,   but   indoor   use   is recommended. Properties Black   cherry   is   exceptionally   easy   to   work   with   machine   equipment   as   well   as   with   hand   tools.   Metal fasteners    hold    well    and    pre-drilling    is    not    usually    required,    because    cherry    wood    does    not    have    a tendency   to   split.   Cherry   ranks   high   for   steam   bending   strength.   Also,   it   turns   very   well   and   is   considered one   of   the   better   woods   for   carving.   Cherry   wood   will   accept   most   all   types   of   glue.   If   the   project   will   be exposed   to   high   humidity,   oil   based   or   plastic   glues   work   best.   Because   of   its   fine   grain   pattern,   glues   do not   penetrate   into   the   wood   as   well   as   open   grained   woods.   As   a   result,   water   based   glues   may   lose   some of   its   strength   due   to   the   humidity.   Cherry   sands   well,   and   if   the   proper   grit   sequence   is   used,   a   smooth, scratch-free   surface   can   be   achieved   prior   to   the   finish.   Wood   filler   is   not   usually   necessary   because   of the   fine   texture   of   the   wood.   Cherry   will   accept   all   types   of   stains,   but   clear   finishes   such   as   lacquer, varnish,   or   some   of   the   plastic   finishes,   placed   directly   on   the   raw   wood   will   enhance   the   natural   beauty of   the   grain   patterns.   If   an   oil   finish,   like   Tung   or   Danish   oil   is   desired,   apply   it   first   and   then   after   it   is dry, apply a furniture wax coat to help protect the finish and give it a greater luster. Main Uses Cherry   has   beautiful   grain   patterns,   which   lends   itself   to   fine   furniture,   cabinets,   paneling,   veneers, jewelry   boxes,   burial   caskets,   and   grandfather   clocks.   Other   uses   include   moldings,   turnings,   carvings, woodenware   and   novelties.   In   addition,   is   considered   a   tonal   wood,   and   is   prized   for   making   speaker cabinets, and musical instruments, such guitars and drums.
Jenka Rating: 950
© American Woodline Incorporated
Thanks    for    visiting    the    Useful    Information    page    of    American Woodline.com.      On   these   pages   you   will   find   a   lot   of   information that   will   assist   you   in   making   the   best   choices   for   your   furniture purchase.      We   try   to   provide   you   with   all   the   knowledge   that   you will   need   to   make   an   informed   decision   on   your   furniture.      Please tell us if there is more information you would like to see here. 
AmericanWoodline.com Quality Unpainted Furniture

CHERRY

MADE IN USA
Over 20 Years in Business

CHERRY

Finishing of Cherry

Cherry    has    a    beatiful    flowing    grain    that    makes    any    item    look magnificent.      Cherry   takes   stain   extremely   well,   and   can   be   made dark   or   lighter.      Due   to   the   darker   wood   characteristincs,   cherry will stay on the darker side, regardless of the stain chosen.  Native Regions  There   approximately   25   species   of   cherry   in   the   United   States, but    very    few    are    used    for    commercial    purposes.    Black    Cherry trees    grow    predominately    in    the    Eastern    United    States.    More specifically,   they   are   found   from   the   Dakotas   south   to   Eastern Texas   and   east   to   the   Atlantic   Coast.   They   grow   in   abundance   in the   Appalachian   Mountains,   typically   in   deep,   well   drained,   acidic soils    between    1000    to    4000    ft.    elevations.    They    thrive    in    cool, moist climates during the growing season. Characteristics  There   are   many   species   of   cherry   wood   in   the   United   States,   but the   black   cherry   is   probably   the   most   prominent   wood   used   for commercial   purposes.   It   is   a   moderately   heavy   wood,   with   an average   weight   of   35   lbs/cu.   ft.   Cherry   heartwood   is   a   reddish- brown   color,   with   somewhat   darker   reddish-brown   grain   patterns throughout.   It   is   a   stiff,   strong   wood   that   has   a   high   resistance   to shock    and    denting.    Also,    it    has    a    fine    uniform    texture,    and typically,   a   straight   grain   pattern.   But   occasionally   it   can   show some   interlocking,   which   adds   to   its   interest   and   beauty.   Cherry is moderately durable, but indoor use is recommended. Properties Black     cherry     is     exceptionally     easy     to     work     with     machine equipment   as   well   as   with   hand   tools.   Metal   fasteners   hold   well and   pre-drilling   is   not   usually   required,   because   cherry   wood   does not   have   a   tendency   to   split.   Cherry   ranks   high   for   steam   bending strength.   Also,   it   turns   very   well   and   is   considered   one   of   the better   woods   for   carving.   Cherry   wood   will   accept   most   all   types of   glue.   If   the   project   will   be   exposed   to   high   humidity,   oil   based or   plastic   glues   work   best.   Because   of   its   fine   grain   pattern,   glues do   not   penetrate   into   the   wood   as   well   as   open   grained   woods.   As a   result,   water   based   glues   may   lose   some   of   its   strength   due   to the   humidity.   Cherry   sands   well,   and   if   the   proper   grit   sequence is   used,   a   smooth,   scratch-free   surface   can   be   achieved   prior   to the   finish.   Wood   filler   is   not   usually   necessary   because   of   the   fine texture   of   the   wood.   Cherry   will   accept   all   types   of   stains,   but clear    finishes    such    as    lacquer,    varnish,    or    some    of    the    plastic finishes,    placed    directly    on    the    raw    wood    will    enhance    the natural   beauty   of   the   grain   patterns.   If   an   oil   finish,   like   Tung   or Danish   oil   is   desired,   apply   it   first   and   then   after   it   is   dry,   apply   a furniture   wax   coat   to   help   protect   the   finish   and   give   it   a   greater luster. Main Uses Cherry    has    beautiful    grain    patterns,    which    lends    itself    to    fine furniture,     cabinets,     paneling,     veneers,     jewelry     boxes,     burial caskets,    and    grandfather    clocks.    Other    uses    include    moldings, turnings,    carvings,    woodenware    and    novelties.    In    addition,    is considered    a    tonal    wood,    and    is    prized    for    making    speaker cabinets, and musical instruments, such guitars and drums.
Jenka Rating: 950

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