Amarrillo wood is one of the hardest types of hardwoods available. Although its name implies that it is hard and dense, it is not easy to work. It has a high cutting resistance and blunts cutting edges when sawed. In general, it planes smoothly but can tear the grain when machining or sawing. A figured piece may exhibit some irregularities. The wood can also turn easily, but the natural yellow deposits on the surface make it difficult to polish or finish. Amarrillo has a moderately durable rating.

This hardwood is easy to work with but can be difficult to cut because of its figured and interlocked grain. Despite this, it stains well and resists chipping. Amarrillo has an unpleasant smell when worked, which may cause skin irritation in some people. It is one of Brazil's most widely used and commercially valuable timbers. It is also available in a wide variety of widths, and it is not listed on the IUCN Red List or CITES.

Amarrillo Wood is a hardwood with a soft finish. Unlike other types of wood, it is easy to polish and provides a natural look that lasts for a long time. This hardwood is typically made from a mixture of apricot and maple. It is a good choice for furniture, cabinets, and other interior decor items. There are many different species of Amarrillo wood, and you should find one that is perfect for your home.