The richly coloured Jatoba wood is known both as Brazilian Cherry and as Jatoba. Although it is not technically a cherry wood, it is like cherry in certain respects. It is, like American Cherry, photosensitive and will darken over time.
Jatoba's very very distinctive colouring, characterised by a lustrous range of deep reds, burgundies, and darker reddish browns, making it an extremely decorative hardwood flooring with the appeal of the exotic. The wood is extremely dense and hard which makes it a very reliable choice for hardwood flooring.
Restoration of Jatoba Flooring
Sanding jatoba flooring may take more attention to detail and time, in comparison to other wood floors. This is due to its classification as a hardwood flooring. It may take going through the whole range of sanding consumables during floor restoration to remove ve the existing sealing and prepate the floors for the new coats.