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Date: 09/03/2012 | Published: News

A process of applying very high tempetures to the surface of the stone using a commercial blow torch. Although a similar finish like bush hammering which put dimples on the surface; flaming takes chips or scales out of the surface. The high heat makes the stone surface scales pop away from the stone. This finish is very durable and very non-slip. Its applications are any where vertical or flat.

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