Maple Handscraped

Model: QC-HS-MP | Date:2013-06-21

Name: Maple Handscraped /Distressed Wood Flooring

Size: 1200 X 125 X 12(2)mm      
       1200 X 125 X 14(3)mm
Other sizes are workable

Joint: Tongue & groove 
Surface: Handscraped UV lac
Structure: Multi-ply Eucalyptus base
End: micro bevel
Color: Natural color, or color-stained;
 Loading: 1600m2/20'FCL;
MOQ: Negotiable

Other requirements:
Smoked, Carbonized, color-stained, brushed, Sawn-mark, Fire-burn, multi-ply/3-ply, other sizes, unfinished, etc are workable

Wood species: Maple
Latin: Acer spp.

Wood Properties:
If you're looking for a hard, light-colored floor, consider maple. It's a close-grain hardwood, meaning that its grain pattern is more subtle than a lot of other woods can be.
Maple is extremely hard and dent-resistant, and as a naturally light wood, it tends to show up as a light floor. There's another reason for those light finishes, however. Maple is a nearly non-porous wood and it can't absorb dark stains very easily. Dark-stained maple tends to look blotchy —it's a characteristic of the wood, not the stain.
All woods change color with time, and maple tends to grow more yellow with age. That's another characteristic to be aware of.
The clearer the maple, the more expensive it tends to be. Natural flaws such as mineral streaks and pin knots tend to lower the grade and the price of a maple floor.

Maple is one of the most sought-after household flooring materials. This is because maple floors not only enhance the beauty and value of a home, but it is also very easy to clean and care for. What's more, it is moisture-resistant, which hinders the growth of fungus and bacteria, and also is incredibly durable.

Among the most attractive features of maple floors are all the shades that maple hardwood exhibits. These shades differ based on the age, size and growth pattern of the tree from which the flooring is produced, as well as the area in which the tree was grown.