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Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood "Shou-sugi-ban Yakisugi 焼き杉". - YouTube

Japanese technique of preserving/antiquing wood "Shou-sugi-ban Yakisugi 焼き杉". For sealing is used Tung nut oil. This was tung oil.

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SHOU SUGI BAN colors charred wood

Would love to do this for our privacy fence - with wood going horizontally// Dating back to the the shou-sugi-ban process can vary, but typically involves applying fire to the wood’s surface, cooling it, brushing away excess soot.

Cette technique est simple, mais précise. Comme un grand brasier, ou un barbecue, les architectes ont disposé les lames de bois (Douglas bru...

Une extension en bois brûlé dans un secteur protégé du Morbihan

Shou Sugi Ban - This traditional Japanese method of finishing wood is having a dramatic resurgence.

Materials Monday looks at Shou Sugi Ban

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos | Woodworking Network

How To Finish Boards Using Shou Sugi Ban - Two Videos

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Shou Sugi Ban (or Yakisugi) is an ancient Japanese exterior siding technique that preserves wood by charring it.


A list complete with pictures of projects that use Delta Millworks' Shou Sugi Ban and Specialty Wood Products.

Shou-sugi-ban side table created by Brad Wilson. Made from reclaimed Tan Oak.

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Shou-sugi-ban (burnt wood siding) The link is to the dealer in Austin. Need to get samples.