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How to Dull Brass Pulls

by Louise Lawson
The soft, antique look of dull brass is a popular fitting in many households. Dull brass handles and pulls complement a variety of decors and finishes, although it can take years of normal wear to achieve that dull brass finish. Fortunately, you can speed up the dulling process in brass pulls with j...
Lisa Ford
Lisa Ford • 2 years ago

How to Dull Brass Pulls

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