Water Annealing (Unavailable)

The process is based on conventional annealing, whereby water is poured on the tank drum. As a result, it leaves some chaotic but eye-catching patterns. The patterns’ shape is not monitored, and the color itself is controlled to a much lesser extent than in normal annealing. If desired, you can combine such a processing with pigmented lacquers. It’s applicable to tank drums with and without engravings. Water leaves more traces on drums with no engravings because it runs down evenly over the entire surface. 
When choosing water annealing for a tank drum with engravings, mind that water runs down it unevenly and leaves patterns mostly on its smooth areas, usually on the instrument’s lateral side.
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