Bamboo plywood is generally scratch-resistant, but its resistance to water depends on the specific product and the finishing used.
Bamboo is a dense and hard material, which makes it naturally resistant to scratches and dents. Bamboo plywood, which is made by laminating several layers of bamboo strips together, is even more durable and resistant to damage than solid bamboo.
However, bamboo plywood is not completely waterproof and can be susceptible to water damage if it’s not properly sealed or finished. It’s important to use a high-quality finish or sealer that’s designed for use on bamboo to protect the surface from moisture and humidity.
In general, bamboo plywood that has been properly finished and sealed can be water-resistant and suitable for use in areas such as kitchens and bathrooms, but it’s not recommended for use in areas that are constantly exposed to water or high humidity, such as showers or saunas.