Wood Properties of American Mahogany
Although American Mahogany is considered a hardwood, it carved relatively easy and has an appealing grain and finishes beautifully. Here are the wood properties of American Mahogany:
This is going to be a very short blog post today since I have received no readers’ comments or questions this time, at which I am kind of surprised. I thought my last post on “Strops & Stropping” would have generated more enthusiasm.
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