【Taiwan Beech Grip Comb A】

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[Taiwan Elm Handle Comb A] [Taiwan Elm], also known as [榔榆] commonly known as chicken oil Taiwan cypress (scientific name Zelkova formosana Hayata), Ulmaceae is also known as Zelkova, also known as chicken oil or eucalyptus. The name "chicken oil" comes from the wood shaved, and the texture of the oil wax is like chanter. It is the material used in Taiwan’s early dishes. There is also a tree often called 学 (scientific name Ulmus parvifolia Jacq.), alias "red chicken oil" Material: Taiwan Elm Appearance size: indicated by a pencil or a ten-dollar coin, the pencil is 19cm long. Taste: tasteless What the old things play is the overall beauty of the "taste." The wood that was removed from the old elm wood house in Taiwan, the old material is stable enough, and the surface is used for traces. It also has the charm of old pieces, and it has a good time. The old wood will inevitably have nail holes or tiny cracks or potholes. The parts that are visible to the naked eye have been repaired and polished. The ones that didn't make up must be in keeping with the nostalgic retro taste of the original old pieces, and there are also traces of nail holes and insects inside. The price is a single price, the above recipients can subscript, or ask questions first, thank you. Use and maintenance methods: Wipe with a soft cloth dampened with water, do not use any detergent, the wood will suck in. Drain the excess water with a cloth and let it dry in the shade. It can be maintained on the tasteless Vaseline, and the woody taste will dissipate from the surface of the log over time. Slowly fade, it is normal. Hardwoods 1st Class: Wuxin Stone Formazan Michelia Taiwan Elm (chicken oil) Taiwan Zelkova Taiwan banyan tree (檫木) Taiwan Sasafras Burdock Stout Camphor Tree Pistacia (Rotten Heartwood, Elm) Chinese Pistachios

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[Taiwan Elm Handle Comb A] [Taiwan Elm], also known as [榔榆] commonly known as chicken oil Taiwan cypress (scientific name Zelkova formosana Hayata),

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