Teak

A strong and durable wood that doesn't shrink much and is comparatively easy to work. Valuable for many purposes on account of the small amount of shrinkage which takes place with seasoning. The oil contained in the wood prevents bolts and other ironwork from rusting and so is often used for framing.


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See also: Ash.

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