Maple is a kind of hardwood recognized for its soft, even, linear grain texture. It is whitish in overall color and takes light- to mid-range finish tones best.

Maple wood is a more quiet wood grain as compared to hickory, which is considered active, however , it is a valued wood because it makes a polished statement.

See also:
"Maple" is in the HS Code "1702.20"
  - - Maple sugar and maple syrup

"Maple" is in the NAICS Code "11199"
  All Other Crop Farming
  Maple sap gathering

Ref: 120660/2006-09-22


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