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  • Tiffany Wood

    Probably the best diy tutorial I have seen for this

  • Liana Rodriguez Mua

    Materials List:Glass Mason Jar Steel Wool Distilled White Vinegar Tea Bags Hot Water /Curious yet? Yeah, me too.Basically the first thing you do is shred Steel Wool into small pieces,putting them into the Jar. The Steel Wool got my fingers pretty good.Then you cover the Steel Wool with the Vinegar & let it set for 24 hours. Brew the tea bags,I used Liptons, into two cups of hot water & let steep. Brush the Tea onto the wood & let dry.simply brush on the Vinegar with a paint brush.

  • Pamela Herman

    THE HUNTED INTERIOR: A NATURAL GRAY WOOD STAIN

  • G N

    Tutorials for greying old wood http://thehuntedinterior.blogspot.ca/2012/02/natural-gray.html# http://www.mamawithadashofdiydrama.com/2011/12/aged-wood-table-and-tutorial.html

  • Rebecca Halverson

    A NATURAL Gray stain

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