STRUCTURING AND CLEANING THE SURFACE BY BRUSH

WHEN STRUCTURING A WOOD SURFACE, THE SOFTER EARLY WOOD IS WORKED OUT USING BRUSHES. THE LATE WOOD, I.E. THE CONTRASTING DARKER TREE RINGS, IS LARGELY RETAINED.
 

THE DEPTH OF THE STRUCTURE IS DETERMINED BY REGULATING THE FEEDRATE
OF THE TOOL AND BY REPEATING THE WORK PROCESS.

FOLLOW-UP TREATMENT IS CARRIED OUT BY A BRUSH WITH GRINDING BRISTLES.

IN THIS PROCEDURE, THE STRUCTURE OF THE WOOD IS PARTICULARLY EMPHASISED AND EXISTING WOOD FIBRES ARE REMOVED. THIS GIVES THE WOOD A SURFACE THAT ESPECIALLY EMPHASISES THE NATURE OF THE RECLAIMED WOOD.

ALL CONTAMINATIONS FROM PAST CENTURIES ARE ALSO REMOVED.