Finishing process for knit or woven fabrics where brushes or other devices are used to raise a nap in fabrics to create a novelty surface texture. Used mainly in fall or winter seasons because of its warm feel.
a silviculture activity done by chemical, manual, grazing, or mechanical means to control competing forest vegetation and reduce competition for space, light, moisture, and nutrients with crop trees or seedlings.
Brushing is characterized by a series of overlapping and uneven lines which often cover the entire exterior and/or interior surfaces. This form of surface treatment results from the use of a brush constructed from fiber, quills, stone, or shell. The brushing technique may have been used to create a surface bond between the coils used in pottery manufacture.