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One piece of 0000 steel wool, glass bottle and vinegar. Just take the steel wool and rip it in small pieces, put it in the jar and cover with vinegar. After 24 hours most of the steel wool will be dissolved.

DIY: Build your own sliding barn doors - this is an awesome tutorial! Morgan wants to having sliding barn doors on the outside of our walk-out basement sliding glass door as a way to "batten down the hatches" during our great Midwestern thunderstorms and tornadoes.

DIY: Build your own sliding barn doors - this is an awesome tutorial! I would love a sliding barn door going into my laundry room in the basement.

So it may be smelly, but this cheap, quick way to get weathered wood is on my to do list for sure.

OMG i want this kitchen table ! table weathering with steelwool shredded into a glass jar of vinegar. let it stand overnight until steel is dissolved. wipe on outside as it stinks.

fixing missing veneer from furniture - definitely a "a-ha!" moment!

How to Refinish Furniture

fixing missing veneer from furniture - definitely a "a-ha! No kidding! I have several pieces that need to be fixed!

How to Make New Wood Look Old, Weathered and Rustic

Vinegar works as a wood stain when you add a metal object in the mix and let it sit in a glass container for a week. A handful of pennies will produce a beautiful pale Caribbean blue stain. A wad of steel wool will give you a rich reddish hue.

How to aged new wood to look like old barn wood using tea and vinegar. I loving using this technique for farmhouse style projects. The table top above was done several years and the top still looks great! Stays outside in all weather. | Country Design Style | http://countrydesignstyle.com

Aging Wood Instantly

tea-and-vinegar-stained-table. Try on pallets! outdoor DIY - Home Decor - Kitchen DIY - wood projects

Steel wool soaked in vinegar=distressed wood.  who knew? DIY Lazy Susan from wine barrel

Steel wool soaked in vinegar=distressed wood. who knew? If too gray steep basic tea and use a paint brush to add a few coats of concentrated tea. It will add a slight natural brownish tinge to the wood:

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