Keruing is less expensive than most other hardwoods. It is denser than oak, maple or teak which makes it quite resistant to shock and it is extremely hard wearing. Keruing is considered moderately durable, placing it in the same classification as African Mahogany and Douglas Fir. It has a straight grain, even texture and is reddish brown in colour. As well as being used to make furniture, it is also used in heavy structural designs and for flooring.
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