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Practical guide

In our guide, we will regularly provide you with new articles related to the subject “residing and living with natural paints”. We report on different trends, application techniques and much more.

In our guide, we will regularly provide you with new articles related to the subject “residing and living with natural paints”. We report on different trends, application techniques and much more. read more »
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Practical guide

In our guide, we will regularly provide you with new articles related to the subject “residing and living with natural paints”. We report on different trends, application techniques and much more.

Carvings and, in particular, larger sculptures often have a large proportion of end grain and long wood surfaces. If these surfaces are treated with natural oils, normally so-called “inlets” occur. This means that the oils are absorbed via the end grain surfaces and show stronger color contrasts or even stains on the adjacent long wood surfaces.