Yellow Cedar

Yellow Cedar is fine-textured and straight-grained and its natural extractives make it a decay-resistant wood that is aromatic when cut. Due to its various natural characteristics, Yellow Cedar is widely used for shingles, poles, marine pilings, oars and paddles, decorative panelling, mouldings, and cabinet work. The structural grades of this species are also commonly used for exterior applications such as bridges, decking, stairs, and for landscaping.

Features

  • Exceptional working properties
  • Perfect wood for carving
  • Turns, planes and shapes well
  • Good gluing properties
  • Good nail and screw holding ability
  • Takes good finish

Examples of stains of Yellow Cedar

  • Normal
    No finish

  • Brushed light brown
    Dead matte

  • Natural PU
    Gloss

  • Teak PU
    Gloss

Images are only for reference; actual results may vary.

Most Canadian wood species can be used in their original light colour or stained darker colours to mimic hardwoods.

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