Gourd Hair Comb
Material: Dalbergia nigra, subordinated to Ebenaceae，commonly known as: Rosewood.
Process: The process of wood splicing. One of Carpenter Tan's patented technologies, which is used to produce the second generation of wooden combs. The process of wood splicing adopts scientific and reasonable wood fitting method to give full play to the characteristics of the wood itself, greatly improves the strength and deformation resistance of the wooden combs and overcomes the defect that natural wooden combs are easy to break and deform. The wooden combs made with the process of wood splicing have great strength and good resistance to deformation, so they are not easy to break or deform and will not be damaged by water.
Maintenance: Regular play can make the surface of the combs more lustrous. Take care not to drop them to avoid destroying their lacquer surface. Strong light and intense heat will make the wood and lacquer surface stretch. Due to the different expansion coefficients, the stretch may cause fine cracks on the lacquer surface and damage the appearance of the combs.