Building a Burnt Wood Door – UPGRADE to the Medieval Bushcraft House (PART 16)


Building a Burnt Wood Door - UPGRADE to the Medieval Bushcraft House (PART 16)

Time to upgrade the medieval bushcraft saxon house, this time we build a new door using hand forged nails. We burn the wood over the fire , using an ancient japanese technique known as shou sugi ban. This technique preserves the wood by creating a protective layer that prevents bugs from eating the wood and rotting away. We then get the fire going and after doing some foraging for wild edibles, we roast sweet chestnuts over the coals. Cheers for watching! In the next part of the saxon house we will work on improving the front gable end.

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