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Wood - Stained, Weathered & Distressed Finishes ~ DIY

How to Blacken Orange-Tone Wood using chalkboard paint & black walnut stain - Tutorial

Using Wax to accent natural wood grain - Rub n' Buff Gilt Cream over Wood Dye then buffed with Teak Oil Finish - Video Tutorial -

Ebony Limed Oak Finish – step by step Tutorial

How to: Tinted White Wash finish using watered down latex paint (any color) and sealed with Minwax Polycrylic. Tutorial

Tutorial: Briwax Liming Wax on weathered wood faux finish.

Tutorial: How to use "Howard Restor-A-Finish" in Walnut to achieve this finish.

How to: Distressing Furniture - Tips & Techniques (white wash, glaze, wax, stain & dry-brushing techniques)

DIY - How to Tint Wax with Paint ~ 5 Easy Steps

DIY: How to create this Faux Barnwood Finish on Pine tongue & groove planks - Step-by-Step Tutorial + products & colors used.

How to Create a Pickled Finish on Wood using Pickling Stain - Video Tutorial

Coloring Wood With Wax, using Kiwi Shoe Polish!! Yes! Video Tutorial

How to Layer Wood Stain to achieve this look. Video Tutorial

How to create an authentic Distressed finish with Vaseline.

How to create this Stenciled Wood table using Minwax Walnut Stain and Tung Oil.

Reclaimed Barnwood Tutorial: cool technique! - She used Rustoleum "Gel Varnish Remover" to strip off random areas of the original varnish, sanded & then applied 2-3 coats of Minwax Dark Walnut Stain & finished with Minwax Clear Satin Polyurethane spray.

  • Jennifer Bongiovi

    Quick question hope you can answer, my husband and I like DIY projects and love making furniture for the house, but everything we've made so far has always looked new and now we're moving on to a more rustic feel, we've built the new pieces and need to stain them, I've been concerned about what to use because I don't want a shiney finish but need to protect because we have a 5 year old, I see on here a satin poly was used? I always thought that would have more shine to it than what I see in the picture .... You think that's what I should use?. Any suggestions?

  • Paula Zimmerman

    Use matte poly!! Works :)

  • Jamie Petry-Bohanan

    our kitchen table needs redone. This would look great!

  • Kaitlyn Mistet

    Minwax paste finishing wax is amazing!

  • Jamie Petry-Bohanan

    Lisa, the top is our kitchen table that I'm selling

Fab Tutorial for creating this Faux Weathered Wood Paneled Wall using Tinted Clear Stain, White Wash Pickling Stain & Paste Wax.

4 the love of wood: The Art Of Wet Distressing - Tutorial

DIY: How to "Age" a New Architectural Piece - using 3 shades of Spray Paint, Gold Craft Paint, Antiquing Glaze, Sandpaper & a White Candle. (includes colors used) Fab Tutorial!!

How to age wood (and some metals) almost instantly with simple household products.