Snip off a piece of steel wool. About a 1/4 of the whole poof. But it in a closeable container. Sprinkle about 1/4 cup of used coffee grounds and fill it almost to the top with vinegar. Shake it all together and let it sit overnight. Rub down the unfinished wood with the steel wool... I did two coats, and let it sit out in the sun for 20 minutes or so. Brush off the coffee grounds and you are gtg. Crafts Ideas, Diy Crafts, Vintage Wood, Vintage Wardrobe, Stained Mason Jars, Woodstain, Homemade Wood Stained, Diy Vintage, Diy Projects
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She's the sea I'm sinkin' in, He's the ink under my skin, Sometimes I cain't tell where I am, Where I leave off and he begins. OR May the rain always fall soft upon your fields, and the sun pour down like honey where you stand, May the wind be at your back, and the road rise to meet you, and your soul rest at last in the hollow of god's hands.