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The Hot Flames of Shou Sugi Ban Yakisugi | 焼杉板 Japanese Woodworking Preservation Technique

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For this episode of Shou Sugi Ban 焼杉板, we are going to torch the pine wood timber with extremely high flame using the oxy-acetylene gas welding technique. Then, scrub the toasted wood surface, and stain it with the stunning gold & patina paint. Get ready to be fascinated with the amazing finishes!

Shou Sugi Ban (焼杉板) is a Japanese woodworking preservation technique, that dates back to the 18th century. The wood is burned, and this preserves the wood by making it resistant to sunlight, water, and fire. The process also brings out the wood grains texture in a way other finishes cannot.

Materials Used
Pine wood timber – https://bit.ly/37xvk1a
Wood-Kare Aqua Top Coat – https://bit.ly/35sZPmZ
Gold colour paint – https://bit.ly/2s5LlLj
Safety eyewear – https://bit.ly/35kcbOi
Unisafe Leather Welding Glove – https://bit.ly/2XMdhzS
Patina paint – https://bit.ly/2L1FAVV
Wire brush – https://bit.ly/2ObqWx2

For more information, please visit www.ewarehouse.my – Malaysia’s Largest Home Improvement Online Store.
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