Fuming and Smoking
Fuming and smoking is similar to staining, the only difference being that staining is dyeing the timber with a chosen colour whereas fuming is chemically reacting the timber tennin to change it to a darker colour.
Consequently, the fuming and smoking technique keeps the variation of the timber colour more naturally.
Fuming can change the timber colour to a grey tone, and smoking could be used when you want to achieve a natural, aged, rich brown colour aesthetic.
Both fuming and smoking require high levels of experience since it is not easy to get consistent colour throughout the entire floor.
At Myflooring, we have good knowledge about such skills thanks to the long period and range of experience.