Shedua is imported from the tropics of West Africa varying in shades of yellowish to reddish brown with brown, grey, or black stripes. Shedua is moderately durable being able to resist most insect attacks and any rotting. It is a fairly easy wood to work and is used for veneer, furniture, cabinetry, turned objects, musical instruments and flooring.

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OHC Welcomes Rocky Thigpen, Lufkin’s New Warehouse Manager

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