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● Brushed-Old age wood

A few words about brushed wood.

Brushed (old-age) wood is a technique that made its debut about 5 years ago and has a great appeal from the public due to their authentic appearance and tactile feel. It is commonly referred to by some as "European appearance". It is ideal for areas that are prone to scratches and also provides a less slippery floor as well. Its aesthetic effect reminds a vintage effect of wood products on floors, paneling and decorative surfaces.

Its technique.

This technique is a finishing technique that involves scraping the plank with a hard-bristled wire brush. The stiff bristles pull the soft grain from the growth ring off leaving the heartwood exposed. This results in a stronger emphasis on the grain of the wood and creates more texture and character. Some refer this as a “European” look. This gently weathered appearance has recently become sought after by designers, builders, and homeowners. This results in a stronger emphasis on the grain of the wood and creates more texture and appends to its aesthetic appealing.

In production.

Our company provides the required mechanical equipment as well as trained staff for the materialize of this technique. This technique of brushed (old-age) wood is applied to the most kinds of wood (both hard and soft). The result, however, is getting more sensed in touch and in appearance of softwoods. For this reason, we recommend our partners to the use of Pine wood that is suitable for the result and for its affordable price too. Obviously, we can apply this technique to hardwoods too. For example, to Oak wood giving ‘’nobility’’and prestige to the produced product.

 

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