Stabilized wood is a type of wood that has been treated with a stabilizing material to enhance its durability and resistance to decay, warping, and cracking. This process involves impregnating the wood with a resin or other stabilizing material under high pressure and vacuum. Read more.

Stabilized wood is popular among knife makers and other craftsmen. It is typically made from diffrent types of woods such as oak, elm, and ash, birch, and is highly prized for its beauty and durability.

The stabilization process can also add color to the wood, which can enhance its natural grain patterns and create a unique and striking appearance. Stabilized wood is often used to make knife handles, pens, and other small items that require both beauty and durability.

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