All About Oak Grades: Have you heard of the Goldilocks Principle?


The Goldilocks principle says there’ll always be one (grade) that’s ‘just right’…

goldilocks tasting the three bowls of porridge

That makes sense to us. The idea that there’s a ‘just right’ for things.

Goldilocks didn’t know which bowl would work, she used trial and error to find out which one was just right for her breakfast.

She messed up everybody’s porridge, broke a chair and fell asleep in the process, all whilst engaged in bit of fairytale trespassing.

 

Thing is, in the non-fairytale world, it’s sometimes hard to tell which porridge is going to be ‘just right’ without having to do the test.

So ok, we’ll put our hands up to not knowing which porridge to choose.

But when it’s about Oak, our in-shed woodgeeks will always know which Oak will be just right.

So you don’t have to do the whole Goldilocks thing and test until you break something or fall asleep in someone elses bed.

We’ve got the whole Goldilocks principle covered.

 

We’ll keep full ranges of the 3 main Oak grades – Character, Prime ‘n’ Super Prime – here for you, always.

We’ll cover all Oak applications.

All Oak aesthetics.

 

But still, we understand that sometimes it’s hard to know the right Oak grade to ask for.

So we made these bitesize videos to help explain Oak grades.

We’re giving them to you to use if, when and where you see fit.

Hopefully they won’t burn your mouth and you won’t fall asleep 😉

Bon appetit woodfans!

 

WOOD KNOWLEDGE: A GUIDE TO CHARACTER GRADE OAK
The life, soul & party…

 

WOOD KNOWLEDGE: A GUIDE TO PRIME GRADE OAK
Rich, robust & stable…

 

WOOD KNOWLEDGE: A GUIDE TO SUPER PRIME GRADE OAK
Serene & Pristine…

 

Thanks for watching woodfans, take care out there.
The EWT gang.

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