Here are before and after pictures of my horse shoes after I soked them in white vinegar and salt. Rust removal in 30 minutes. What you will need: •White vinegar •Table salt •Container big enough to hold your metal object ( I used a tupperware container) • steel wool dish pads (I used a knock-off brand, it doesn't matter) •Cooking oil Directions: Pour white vinegar into container then mix it with salt and wait till salt has dissolved. When salt disolves put metal object (I used a horse shoe)…
Horseshoe wall hanging. Easy to make and inexpensive. All you need is hot glue, twine, fabric flowers (I bought mine at Hobby Lobby), and horseshoes (can be bought at any farm store or from someone who shoes horses). Just glue the twine on the back side of the shoe in the groove and arrange your flowers how you'd like and there you go. Please note that I used a high temp glue.
Finished up the Charlie Brown Christmas tree made out of used horse shoes. Snowflakes are the used shoe nails making each one unique. Going to be at the Christmas Craft Show at the Knox Fire Hall on December 5th. #repurposedhorseshoes #Christmas #handcraftedgifts #horseshoe
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