Why some hardwood floors have the designation "gunstock" after the
wood type? Is it some type of treatment they undergo during
manufacturing? Does it imply higher/lower quality or something else?
Thanks in advance!
On May 26, 5:46 am, snipped-for-privacy@SPAMwowway.com (DT) wrote:
I was comparing the Mahogany types, which are the ones I'm planning to
use. When put side by side I could not notice any big difference
between the one with the label "gunstock" and the other one with no
label. I could even mix them up and later could not tell the
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