|Home » Forums » Sawing and Drying Forum » Message||Login|
You are not logged in. Consider these WOODWEB Member advantages:
Does anyone know the process or have any info on "smoked oak??? I believe it is done after it's been kiln dried in a steamer vs. fuming the oak with ammonium hydroxide.
So what is the goal, do you eat it? ;>)
It's a aging/staining process I believe. and from the few I've read done it's done after the build.
No I don't have any info besides that. As most of the world does now....Google it!!!
This will work for woods which are naturally high in tannins such as white oak, but will turn other woods various shades of grey to black.
Do you mean fuming? Its oak darkening with amonia fumes.