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Development process

<transcy>1. The search for the perfect piece of wood</transcy>

At the beginning of a Leo Prinz Natural Hair Brush there is always the selection of a suitable piece of wood. We pay particular attention to finding suitable pieces in existing wood in order to reduce waste and have to saw less trees. A part comes from the recycling of small pieces of furniture, accessories and tools such as old rifle stocks. Due to their age and storage, such pieces are of high quality and have a beautiful grain. At Kebony, there is then an organic finishing process that makes the wood less susceptible to moisture and gives it a denser feel.

<transcy>2. The shape is created</transcy>

The rough processing begins, then the fine edges are milled with special tools and at the end the fine sanding follows. This is done partly by hand.

<transcy>3. Finishing</transcy>

After thorough cleaning, the wooden handles are carefully painted in several layers and then dried. This makes the surface smooth and sealed, which provides better protection against moisture in the bathroom.

<transcy>4. Each hair type is given an individual pattern</transcy>

Use this text to share information about the point pThe individual brush patterns ensure the unique Leo Prinz design and at the same time represent different structures that can also be found in the hair types.ut forth above. Describe a product, your brand, or what makes you special.

<transcy>5. A unity is created</transcy>

A real boar bristle brush is created from the wooden handle and the wild boar bristles. For this purpose, depending on the brush model, a different number of holes are milled in the brush body. After that, each previously neatly sorted bundle of bristles is anchored individually. At Rapunzel, this process takes place entirely by hand. Here even the tools required for this are specially made by hand. The use of material is minimal and the bristles get the same orientation as the wooden shape. Based on the shape of the head.

<transcy>6. Post processing</transcy>

Now comes the individually fitting completion process. The bristle pattern is checked either for straightness or for thinning. The imperfection in the thinning can appear to be faulty at first glance. The function behind it is a desired irregularity that can better deal with individual diversity.

<transcy>7. Final inspection</transcy>

Projecting bristles are cut off and checked for errors. Then they come in the packaging and are sent directly to you.