Goat Skin Stool

Goat Skin Stool 

Alas Gembol has a variety of stool with different sizes and finishes, one of which is a goat skin stool. This bench has the same function as other chairs only in the manufacturing material is slightly different because it usually only uses wood but for this chair add goat skin to coat the wood to make it look unique and funny. The goat skin used has also been cleaned dry, and has gone through several processes so that it does not smell. If you like bohemian concepts, this bench might be your choice.

This stool is made of teak wood so the quality is not in doubt because it will last for decades. To facilitate the maintenance of this stool, do not place it in a humid place to avoid mold growth. This bench has a round shape with a size of 36x36x45 and a square with a size of 38x38x45. For the color is white and brown. This bench can be placed in the living room, family room or bedroom, but can also be placed in the office for the lobby or for a meeting room.


If you like this product to add aesthetic value in your home or office, it doesn’t hurt you have a product. For prices please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the west imogiri road 6.5 Ngotoangunharjo Sewon Bantul.


9 Parts Of Wood

Humans have used wood for thousands of years, ranging from fuel for cooking, lighting, making furniture, building materials, paper materials, and more. The use of parts of this tree as a whole or solid has been greatly reduced in line with the problem of global warming and the reduction of forest land in the world. Historically, timber plants that appeared in nature were first thought to have occurred in 395 to 400 million years ago. Besides being used to meet various human needs, wood can be used as a historical reference regarding climatic and weather conditions at the time the tree grows which can be seen from variations in the distance between growth rings.

In general, wood consists of 9 parts, namely:

1.        Skin

Leather is one part of wood. This skin is the outermost part that is owned by wood. The skin itself has two parts, the first is the outer skin that is dead, and the second is the inner skin that lives. Outer skin that is dead has a different thickness. This thickness is based on certain tree species, dry, and also old colors on tree bark. The second bark is a living bark. Skin in life has a very thin thickness. The function of this inner bark is to transport the modified latex sap to the part of the tree that is growing. In addition, the skin can protect the inside of wood from damage caused by insects, pests, climate, and fires.

2.      Cambium

The next piece of wood is the cambium. This cambium is a thin and clear network of wood. The shape is a kind of lender that is in the part between the skin and wood. In addition, the cambium function can also surround the wood, externally forming new bark and replacing old skin that is old and damaged, and in line with the formation of new wood.

3.        Chubal

The part that consists of cells that are still alive and still functioning are responsible for distributing food from the leaves to other parts of the tree. This sapwood is located next to the cambium and functions as a liquid distributor and as a place to store nutrients in wood. This accumulation of nutrients will continue to provide the food needed by wood during its growth on the tree. This sapwood has a thickness of about 20 cm

4.      Terrace of wood

This is the part that consists of cells that are old and die so they don’t work anymore. Even so, this part serves as an amplifier for tree growth. The terrace is more durable and has an older color than sapwood

5.      Heart of wood

It is the middle part that comes from the original wood, the wood that was first formed by cambium and is soft and brittle in certain types of wood. But those that are hard on certain types of wood

6.      Fiber

This section has a direction and size that varies depending on the type. Some are straight fibrous, some are bent, chime, choppy, and some are very small, medium or even large. Fiber is a cell composition that looks like a shaft and is long. The relative size of these cells is called texture..

7.      Pores

The size of the hole size varies depending on the type.

8.      The fingers

This is a network formed from the arrangement of radial cells from the outside to the center. This network is also called a radial network. These wooden fingers are perpendicular to the trunk from the skin to the liver which functions as a food channel that is easily processed in the leaves to help the tree grow. The better the radius of the tree, the faster the wood can be used as building material.

9.      Circle of years

The year circle is the boundary between wood formed at the beginning and end of the season. The year circle can determine the age of a tree. If the age of the tree is old, then the function of the wooden part of building materials will also function optimally in strength and ease of use.


Utilization of wood for various human needs is now mostly used only as building materials, furniture, and paper-based materials only as a result of reduced forest land and the accompanying global warming problem. For the basic ingredients of the paper industry, the parts used are the ends and branches of trees. In fact, from one tree trunk, only 40-50% of the tree becomes a tree trunk. Saw wood is around 53% or around 21.2% from one tree trunk. After that, from sawn to furniture or furniture around 60%. In other words, only 12.72% of tree trunks are the furniture in our homes. That is why now found many furniture made from processed wood or wood dust waste because the price is cheaper.


Difference Between Old Teak Wood and Young Teak Wood


Teak wood, known as class I hardwood and class II durable, has no doubt about its quality. Teak is an ideal wood group due to its strength, durability, and fiber beauty. This wood is very resistant to termite and fungus attack. In addition, teak has good resistance to changes in weather and temperature. All these advantages make this wooden Latin name, Tectona Grandis, expensive. However, it must be understood that all the properties of perfect teak are only owned by old teak wood. Old teak wood is teak derived from teak trees that are more than 80 years old. This high quality teak is obtained from natural growth trees that are developed through seed germination. This type of teak wood has a texture and fiber that is smooth and dense, and small pores.

Large stems also make old teak wood have little connection. In addition, the dark brown color from old teak wood can also display an elegant and sturdy impression that adds to the advantages of this class I wood. Old teak wood has a high level of durability. This is based on the nature of teak trees, the older the tree is, the smaller its water content, the greater its specific gravity and durability. Not surprisingly, old teak is also very well used for furniture making or building construction. In teak there is also an extractive substance called Tectoquinone, an oil-producing substance. This substance is located on a wooden terrace contained in a teak tree trunk. The older the tree, the greater the percentage of wood terraces so that more oil is also produced. This oil makes teak wood resistant to termites and mold. In addition, oil can also make teak look luxurious.

Unfortunately, all the advantages of teak wood have begun to be difficult to find. Teak wood that is now widely circulating in the market is young teak produced from cultivation in the range of 5-7 years. Teak wood of this type is classified as class V. The characteristics of young teak are large fibers and wavy surface texture. Besides that the color tends to be white. Because of his young age, the content of young teak oil is still so small that it is not resistant to termites. Even so, some special treatments to increase the strength and endurance of young teak wood are now beginning to emerge. It’s just that young teak is still not recommended for building construction. More suitable for non-construction furniture or building needs. The treatment commonly used by wood entrepreneurs is wood preservation with soaking and healing techniques. This technique is able to extend the life of wood compared without soaking and baking.


For maximum results, young and old teak must be protected by covering the surface of the wood. Finishing options are stains (transparent colors / fibers still visible), paint (fiber cover colors), and varnishes (clear coating). Teak wood with good fiber is very precise in finishing with coloring to expose the beauty of wood fibers. Meanwhile, for young teak wood, it can be colored first and then varnished, so that the color looks more mature. while the old teak wood whose color is ripe is only enough lacquer.



Sketsel is an Alas Gembol product that is always widely ordered and requested by buyers from abroad, especially sketsel with whitening finishing. This product functions as a room divider to separate them, for example the living room and family room. The sketsel  that we produce are made from selected teak wood that will last for years, and there is no doubt about the quality of our products.

In addition to providing insulation to the room, these sketsel  can also be a decorative space and give a more beautiful home effect, making the room more aesthetic value. This product is made by craftsmen who are reliable and experienced in making furniture and for finishing. There are 2 forms of sketsel that we produce, namely round and square, for the available sizes 2 choices, namely for round sketsel  with diameters of 150 and 200cm while for square sketsel size (LxWxH) namely 150x40x150 and 200x40x200. For maintenance is quite easy so as not to be placed in a humid place and if dusty cleaned with fur or use a cloth rag or can also be added a special liquid to coat the sketsel so they are not eaten by termites.

If you like this product to add aesthetic value in the house, it doesn’t hurt you have this product. For prices please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the west imogiri road 6.5 Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul.


Get to know the Dutch Teak Wood Closer

Who doesn’t know Dutch identity? This teak is very good in its class and is very popular among wood craftsmen. However, not everyone knows the unique facts about Dutch teak. Here are some facts about Dutch teak :

1.         Different from Teak Wood

Despite having the initial name teak, teak dutch is not teak. Dutch teak wood is pine or pine wood. This wood is usually referred to as a carrier imported from Europe. Compared to teak wood, the price of Dutch teak is also cheaper.

2.       Distinctive Characteristics

There are several characteristics of Dutch teak. First is weight. The weight of Dutch teak is not as heavy as teak in general. The second is color. Teak Netherlands has a creamy or light yellow color. For the fiber part, teak has smooth and very natural fibers.

3.       Not Originally from the Netherlands

Did you know that teak is not from the Netherlands? Named Dutch teak just for easy sorting. In general, Dutch teak originates from New Zealand and Germany. The name of Dutch teak comes from ancient people who called all teak from abroad as Dutch teak.

4.        Species vary

The majority of Dutch teak products come from America and Asia. High demand makes the species of Dutch teak increasingly varied. The most common type of Dutch teak is pine radiata or Dutch teak which is imported from New Zealand imports.

5.       Have Another Name

There are many other names of Dutch teak trees that you need to know. Javanese people often call it by the name of teak londo. There are also people who call it by the name of a former Dutch teak palette. However, the most common name to refer to Dutch teak is Madura teak.

Why is Dutch Teak Much Used as Furniture?

In the market, Dutch teak furniture is very much. The shape also varies. You may be wondering, what makes Dutch teak so popular? Teak Netherlands offers a variety of benefits, including the following:

1.         Light weight

Teak Netherlands has a light weight and is suitable as a basis for making furniture. This property makes Dutch teak safe for use by children. Besides being safe, its light weight also facilitates the process of moving from one place to another.

2.       Soft

Dutch teak is classified in types of soft wood. These properties make Dutch teak easily processed and shaped as desired. In fact, even beginners will have no trouble turning teak into furniture, such as chairs, tables, cabinets, or bookshelves. Because it’s soft, Dutch teak is easy to cut. The sanding process does not take long. The results of sand that has been sanded is very good, the surface is flat and smooth. Very high quality. As a result, the selling price of Dutch teak furniture is also high.

3.       Attractive Color

Basically, Dutch teak has a nice natural color and is easily painted. White makes it easy for you to change colors to taste. Both neutral and solid colors, the results will look satisfying. Very united with the basic colors of Dutch teak. This makes the wood fiber perfectly covered.

4.        Easy to find

Dutch teak wood is a type of wood that is easily found. Bearing in mind, the harvest period of Dutch teak trees is faster than ordinary wood. In just ten years, Dutch teak can be harvested and used to make furniture and various handicrafts. In Indonesia, Dutch teak can be found in most parts of Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Sumatra. The quality produced by each region is different, but does not eliminate the distinctive characteristics of Dutch teak, which is light and has a beautiful color.

5.       Durable

If you ask, is Dutch teak durable? The answer is yes. Teak Netherlands has very good resistance to weather and other factors that cause wood to rot easily.

6.       Cheap


Because it’s easy to find, the price of Dutch teak is cheap. Generally, many Dutch teak are sold in the form of wooden pallets which are used as export product packaging.


Nine Special Ingredients That Can Help Clean The Dirt On Teak Furniture 
1.  Candlenut seeds. Besides being used to discolor hair, hazelnut is also useful for treating teak furniture. The trick is burning 5 hazelnut seeds until the oil comes out. Wrap hazelnuts in gauze and crush them by being hit. Then rub your furniture with hazelnuts wrapped in gauze beforehand.
2.   Sago flour, starch, or corn flour can be used to clean furniture. The trick is to spread flour into the dirty part of the furniture filled with palms, then rub it evenly until your furniture looks clean.
3.  Stale tea water. do not throw away the rest of your stale tea yes, Use the remaining stale tea water to clean your furniture, because stale tea water is perfect if used to clean furniture. just put it on the furniture, but after that dry it completely using cloth or can use a fan or can also use a hair dryer so that your furniture is not moist.
4.   Vinegar water. The trick, mix ¼ cup of vinegar and 1 cup of olive oil, then polish your furniture with the solution. Another way is to mix 2 tablespoons of vinegar and 1 tablespoon of water, take a sponge and then dip it in the solution after that, apply it to the stain. After that, clean the teak furniture to dry. Finally give color or back to your furniture.
5.   Shoe polish. Apply shoe polish to the fabric then rub it on your teak furniture.
6.  To clean stubborn water stains, apply toothpaste to a cloth that has been soaked in water, if water stains are a bit difficult to clean, use soda washing soap. You can buy washing soap at a chemical store. If it still cannot be removed, rub it with cork. In addition, you can mix ash with a little cooking oil and then rub this solution on your furniture.
7.  To get rid of white stains on teak furniture, you can dip a cloth in cooking oil that has been mixed with cigarette ash. Rub the cloth on the stain until there are no more marks. Another way is to use cork dipped in a solution of cooking oil and cigarette ash. Then rub the cork on the stain, then wipe the furniture with a soft cloth to dry.
8.  To clean the liquid wax stain on the table, the way is to use a hair dryer that has been hot, then direct the hair dryer to the former wax stain until the wax melts again. Then use a soft cloth or tissue to rub the stain clean. The last step again rub the table with a wet cloth that has been mixed with a little vinegar.
9.  To clean the former sticker attached to teak furniture, add a little cooking oil to the sticker you want to clean, let the oil soak. Then rub using a soft cloth and repeat until the sticker is removed and the stain disappears.
That’s nine ingredients that can clean stains on teak furniture, hopefully useful for caring for your favorite teak furniture at home. Teak furniture that is maintained will not only look beautiful when used, but can also be of high value in the future. So, take care of your teak furniture properly. If this article is useful, please share with your friends, who knows by sharing this article can be good for you. and your friends who have furniture can also benefit.

Bench Ranting

Bench Ranting 

In the previous article, we discussed about bench products produced by Alas Gembol, which are benches with asymmetrical backs. This time, we will discuss bench products from Alas Gembol which are widely ordered by overseas buyers, namely Bench Ranting. This Bench Ranting has a very simple shape but still has aesthetic value. This bench is suitable to be placed in the house, garden, or balcony. For those of you who like furniture placed outside the room and like furniture with a simple shape, this bench can be an option.

This bench is made of teak wood, so it is durable For there are several sizes, namely 2 seats whose size is 110x65x110 and 3 seats are 145x65x110. This bench doesn’t need a big place so it’s very simple. Maintenance of this bench is easy, you only need to clean it with a dry cloth. But to further enhance the durability of this bench, you can coat it with a special liquid so that the bench is still shiny and not eaten by termites.


If you like this product to add to the aesthetic value of your patio or yard, it doesn’t hurt you have this bench. For prices, please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the West Imogiri road 6.5 km Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul.


Bench Unsimetris


We have several variants of bench products manufactured by Alas Gembol, one of which is a bench with asymmetrical backs. This bench has a unique shape and is not symmetrical at the back, that’s why this bench is called a bench with asymmetrical backs. Despite having an uneven shape, this bench can add a garden or room in your home that has aesthetic value. For those of you who like art and furniture with strange shapes, then this bench can be your choice. This bench is made of teak wood with good quality, so for its durability there is no doubt even though it has been for years.

To care for this bench, it is very easy to clean it with a dry cloth or a rag. And to maintain the original color of the bench, you can also apply special liquid to all parts of the bench. This bench has a size of 130cmx50cmx100cm, so that even if placed in the house does not take much space.


If you like this product to add aesthetic value in your home or office, it doesn’t hurt you have a bench. For prices, please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the West Imogiri road 6.5 km Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul.


Pests That Often Attack Teak Trees


Teak is a plant that is widely cultivated for its wood. The reason, teak is one of good quality wood. Home appliances made of teak wood can last for decades. However, there are several obstacles in teak tree cultivation, namely teak trees are very susceptible to pests and diseases.

Farmers must really master the techniques and recognize the types of diseases and pests that might attack the seeds, seeds on teak plants. In fact, you also need to pay attention to the possibility of diseases and pests that attack teak when planting is done in the field. Here are some pests that often attack teak trees.

Pest Seeds

Pests that often attack seeds include the Dichorocis punctiferalis caterpillar and the Salvalis Pagida of Lepidoptera which are classified as the most important pests. Caterpillars usually attack pieces of seeds that are not too hard and mesocarp is used as a food reserve. When attacks generally occur during the fruiting season, which is between June-November. In addition to some of these pests, other seed attacking pests are Gargara pulchella, Gargara carinata, Gargara flavocarinata, Leptocentrus vicarius from the homoptera order and Lasioderma from the Coleoptera order.

Seedbed Pest

Some types of pests that attack teak nurseries consist of Clinteria klugi, Oryctes rhinoceras, Anomala sp, Holotrichia sp, and Llachnostera spp from the order Coleoptera. While the types of termites that often attack teak roots during the nursery are Odontotermes spp and Microcerotermes. In addition, Tarbinskiellus portentosus is often found with tillers and stems as a focus that is attacked during teak nursery. Aullarches miliaris, Hieoglyphus sp, Eucoptarca sp, Teratodes sp and Euprepocnemis sp are other types of pests that also attack chicks.

Plant Area Pests

Basically, pests in plantations consist of leaf and stem pests. For pests that tend to attack their own leaves, including Lepidoptera (80 species), Coleoptera (41 species), and Orthopera (18 species). For the most important types of pests must be considered, namely Eutectona machareallis originating from the order Lapidoptera and Hyblaea puera which also originated from Lepidoptera. Teak leaves that are already in the planting area will often encounter problems with this pest. Meanwhile, pests that attack the stem (stem borer) consist of Cossus cadambae, Idarbela quadrinotata, Endoclita chalybeata, Sahyadrassus malabaricus from lepidoptera and Dihammus cervicus from Coleoptera.


Symptoms that can be seen include hollow and swollen stems, skin color becomes blackish brown due to the release of mucus. The quality of wood from plants affected by disease will decrease.



Alas Gembol has several vases of various sizes, one of which is often ordered by foreign buyers and is in demand by foreign markets is a vase with a height of 150cm. This vase can make a corner of the house, office, terrace and lobby become more elegant and add aesthetic value. Because the shape of the vase is unique and tall so it is suitable for you who want to decorate the room.

Vases are usually mostly made of ceramic or clay, but the vases produced by Alas Gembol are different from other vases because they are made of thin, thin teak wood. This vase is made by arranging the pieces so that they form a tall cylinder. For the treatment of this vase, it is very easy to clean it with feathers or it can also coat the vase with a special liquid so that the color remains durable and does not change and it is recommended not to place it in a moist place to avoid mold. This vase has several different height measurements, which are 30x30x30, 30x30x60, 30x30x90, 35x35x110, 40x40x130, 40x40x150.


If you like this product to add aesthetic value to your home or office, it doesn’t hurt you have this product to add to your vase collection. For prices please contact (0274) 4396317 or email www.alasgembolteak@gmail.com or you can come directly to our place on the west imogiri road 6.5 Ngoto Bangunharjo Sewon Bantul.