Rubberwood finger joint board is considered a type of product that is a matching material for kitchen countertops. In fact, they are less costly than other materials such as natural stone (granite), engineered stone (quartz), or other textures with a solid surface. 

The above rubberwood panel would cost nearly (price), less than a solid surface


The difference between a wooden kitchen and a granite counter is the sound. You can check this by putting your dinnerware on each one and then hearing, a wooden kitchen is less noisy. 

pro-and-con rubberwood

A rubberwood panel has a natural grain model that can easily differentiate from man-made materials. Some householders say that the grain pattern in rubberwood seems to be less “personality” and a bit tedious. Homeowners are in preference for other premium hardwoods over rubberwood.

On the modern and advanced technology production lines, short wooden sticks having the same width but different lengths are jointed into the bars of equal length and then jointed parallel depending on the requirements of the size of the panel width.

pro and con rubberwood

The hardness of a wood is rated on an industry-wide standard known as the Janka test. Rubberwood is classified as “moderately hard” at 4,280 N. For comparison,  Janka hardness of teakwood at 4,740 N. As a result, a rubberwood kitchen countertop is able to cope with regular kitchen use without any issues.

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The wooden kitchen countertop is easily exposed to standing water or extreme heat. For example, condensation or hot temperature might leave a mark on it, caused by defrosting fish or putting a hot pan.

rubberwood color panel

To prevent wood from getting damaged by sun and heat, to use a wood protector. Oil, is a wood protector, moisturizes the wood and seals it, to keep it in moisture so the wood can last longer.

The finished surface of the rubberwood finger joint board can be coated with an oil or UV layer in order to increase its aesthetics and durability.

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