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Countertops and tabletops can last a lifetime - if the right material is chosen. Here you can find out what you need to consider when choosing between wood, stone and plastic, which type of wood is best suited for worktops and tabletops and what "finger-jointed" means.

The advantages and disadvantages of the different materials.

What are the differences between the different construction methods.

A comparison of the most popular types of wood for wooden panels.

What makes a finger-jointed wooden panel.

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Table of Contents

Planning

Usage
Working height kitchen
Outside
wood pattern
Shipping Costs

Quality

wood, stone or plastic
Solid wood, plywood or chipboard
best wood
finger joint

Care

Treatment methods
  Dying
  Grow
  paint
  glaze
Clean
teak care

Origin

Origin
Sustainability

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