Brushing and fine grooving
Brushed panels are mainly used as an eye-catching design element both indoors and outdoors. Fine-grooved timber is practical and well suited to external cladding.
Brushing beautifully highlights the texture of the wood, emphasises it and gives the panels an old and dignified look. This treatment suits especially well for thermo-treated spruce and pine. In addition
to the visual effect, using brushed panels also has a significant practical value: paint lasts longer on coarse surfaces. Brushing also increases the surface soundness of wood because the softer parts
of wood are brushed out and scratches and bruising do not occur as easily.
Brushed wood is great for interior as well as external conditions. The structured surface of the wood on cladding and interior wall panels can be emphasised with skilful lightning.
Fine grooved wood is primarily meant for cladding. Fine grooving makes the surface of the wood coarser and finishing paints stay on better.