Cedar wood boasts greater beauty and more versatility than man-made materials. Some people may argue that making shoe trees from wood is not environmentally friendly. But, whether you believe it or not, Cedar wood is so much more than just good-looking and strong; it’s also the best environmental choice for making shoe trees.


1. Renewable and biodegradable

Buyers who choose cedar wood shoe trees over synthetic substitutes are not only buying more natural and beautiful products, but also making the best decisions for the environment. That's because independent research has proven that natural wood is one of the most environmentally friendly manufacturing materials in terms of environmental performance.

Cedar wood is a renewable resource as it can be re-planted and harvested many times over. In British Columbia US, a very strong cedar planting program and an average of 8 million seedlings are planted each year. When Western Red Cedar is planted in a high-density pattern, every second tree can be harvested after 20 years - which happens to be the lifespan of the average cedar fence!


2. No an inch is wasted

When it comes to production and manufacturing, wood is by far the environmentally-friendly choice. The emissions created in the manufacturing of other shoe care products are higher than those of wood, so cedar wood really is a great choice from beginning to end.

The leftovers from the production can be used to make wooden blocks or deodorizing bags and wood residue can be used as fertilizer. It is not only fertilize plants, but also has insect-proof effects. Making full use of all raw materials.

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3. Fewer toxins than man-made materials

While other materials generate greenhouse gasses, Cedar wood actually removes greenhouse gasses from the atmosphere. The fact that wood-product manufacturing produces far fewer toxins than the leading man-made materials, means wood has the lowest impact on air and water quality. This is especially true when compared to the manufacturing of recycled plastics. Furthermore, forest regeneration also creates more trees, which benefit the environment while they grow because they take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen.