"Prefinished Boards" the sign said, but what they really were was
particle board (not even MDF) with an imitation-wood plastic wrap around
3 1/2 sides.
However, in another bay, the "Prefinished" oak was real oak.
On Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 12:52:57 PM UTC-5, Percival P. Cassidy wr
What is "misleading/deceptive" about the description? Based on the
following definitions, it sure sounds like they were "Prefinished
noun: board; plural noun: boards
1. a long, thin, flat piece of wood or other hard material,
used for floors or other building purposes.
Products with a finish coating of paint, stain, vinyl, or other
material applied before they are taken to the job site.
"Prefinished Boards" is the "banner" above the bay in which those
specific examples are displayed. Even if those items can legitimately be
classed as "Prefinished Boards," it strikes me as illegitimate to call
particle board covered with an imitation-maple plastic film "Prefinished
On Saturday, December 19, 2015 at 9:14:22 PM UTC-5, Percival P. Cassidy wro
I guess you were expecting us to be seeing the display through your eyes so
that we knew
that you talking about a "broad category" with specific sub-categories belo
w that. Your OP
certainly didn't make that very clear.
What store did you see these display at?
On Sunday, December 20, 2015 at 3:04:45 PM UTC-5, Percival P. Cassidy wrote
s so that we knew
below that. Your OP
I'd agree if it says prefinished maple and it's really composite
board with a plastic imitation maple look, then it's misleading.
How obvious was it in the product label that it was actually
imitation? IMO it should really be called "prefinished maple
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