Pine Rough Rework
Rough Pine Rework refers to wood that has previously been used or salvaged and may have visible defects or damage that requires extra reworking. It may be sourced from old buildings, pallets, or other structures. As an eco-friendly alternative to new lumber, it provides a more rustic and unique look.
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Pine Rough Rework refers to a type of pine wood that has been previously used or salvaged, and may have visible defects or damage that requires additional rework. “Rough” refers to the surface texture of the wood, indicating that it has not been planed or smoothed.
Pine Rough Rework may be sourced from various sources such as old buildings, pallets, or other structures. It may have knots, cracks, and other defects that may affect its structural integrity or appearance.
Pine Rough Rework may require additional processing, such as cleaning, sanding, or cutting, before it can be used in a new project. However, it can offer a more rustic and unique look compared to new lumber, and can be an eco-friendly option for those who want to reduce their environmental impact by reusing salvaged wood. It is often used in decorative or finished applications where the rough texture and natural character of the wood can add to the overall aesthetic.
25 x 152 3.000m