Method for distinguishing true and false solid wood cabinets：
1. Olfactory discrimination method: Most solid woods have woody fragrance, pine has pine resin smell, camphor wood has obvious camphor smell, but fiberboard and density board will have a strong irritating smell, especially in the cabinet door or inside.
2. Tactile discrimination method: put your hand on the cabinet surface, carefully check whether the polished surface is smooth, especially pay attention to the legs. If the parts are rough, the paint is streaked, and the corner paint is too thick. Whether there are cracks or bubbles.
3. Sound discrimination method: tap the cabinet door with your hand if the sound is crisp, it means that the cabinet material is good in manufacturing process and quality; if the sound is dull, dumb, and there are crackling noises, it means that the material or mortise is not well combined, and the quality is average .
4. Visual identification method: solid wood bathroom cabinets refer to furniture made of natural wood. The beautiful patterns of wood can be seen on the surface of such furniture. The manufacturer of the bathroom cabinet generally pays attention to the varnish or matt paint for the solid wood bathroom cabinet to express the natural color of the wood. If the wood grain on the surface of a cabinet door does not correspond to the wood grain on the door back, it is a veneer bathroom cabinet.