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Torch wood

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Everything old becomes new again! For instance, using a propane torch to char the surface of a piece of wood, changing its color. Torching wood is something that has been around for a really long time. It’s an interesting way to change a wood’s color without using stain or dye.

Everything old becomes new again! For instance, using a propane torch to char the surface of a piece of wood, changing its color. Torching wood is something that has been around for a really long time. It’s an interesting way to change a wood’s color without using stain or dye.

DIY Wood Burning Technique - That's not Shou Sugi Ban! Or is it?? - YouTube

I use this burnt wood finish technique on most (if not all) of my builds. This is a How To get that burnt wood finish or How To stain wood with fire...and st...

Burnt Wood Finish / Staining Wood with Fire / Blow Torch - YouTube

How to stain wood with fire: We used a rose bud & a propane tank to torch this 2X pine board table top.www.rusticrefinedrepete.comhttps://www.facebook.com/ru...

Shou Sugi Ban How To: Japanese Wood Burning Technique | The Family Handyman

Learn how to use the ancient Japanese wood burning technique of shou sugi ban to create a unique shiplap accent wall.

DIY Wood Burning Technique - That's not Shou Sugi Ban! Or is it??

I use this burnt wood finish technique on most (if not all) of my builds. This is a How To get that burnt wood finish or How To stain wood with fire...and st...

How to Burn & Stain Wood Aka Shou Sugi Ban : 5 Steps (with Pictures) - Instructables

How to Burn & Stain Wood Aka Shou Sugi Ban: Check out the video for further details, and please subscribe to my YouTube channel if you like what you see. Thanks. Shou Sugi Ban is a Japanese technique, that dates back to the 18th century, for preserving wood. The process is specifically meant …

This DIY charred wood finish is sealed with a water-based polyurethane. #sawsonskates

Learn how to get a charred wood finish without a torch! Instantly create a Shou Sugi Ban look with a paintbrush. It's easy to do. No special tools required.