Jatoba Wood & Jatoba Lumber

Jatoba Wood or Jatoba Lumber is classified as an Exotic wood and is sometimes referred to as Guapinal, West Indian Locust, Jutaby, Brazilian Cherry and Copal. The heartwood of Jatoba is usually a salmon red to orange-brown and is marked with dark brown streaks and has a golden luster while the grain of Jatoba is usually interlocked with a medium to coarse texture. Jatoba glues and stains well, holds screws well but nails poorly and does not take a high polish. Jatoba is used in furniture making, cabinetmaking, flooring, joinery, tool handles and sporting goods as well as wheel rims. Jatoba has a Janka hardness rating of: 2350.

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