Made of epoxy resin glass-fiber material, treated to look like wood.
epoxy ep·ox·y (ĭ-pŏk'sē)
Any of various usually thermosetting resins capable of forming tight cross-linked polymer structures characterized by toughness, strong adhesion, and low shrinkage, used especially in surface coatings and adhesives. adj.
Containing an oxygen atom bound to two different atoms linked in some other way, especially a compound containing a ring formed by one oxygen atom and two carbon atoms.
A high-strength adhesive, often made of two different materials that must be mixed together just prior to use.