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How to make new wood look old with baking soda and vinegar!

How to age wood. Remove finish on wood with ratio of baking soda and water. Spray with vinegar and let sit minutes. Then scrub it off with a brush, rinse, dry, and stain or paint it.

How to make new wood look weathered with baking soda and vinegar.

Use Baking Soda and Vinegar to "quick weather wood" to look much like driftwood! Remove finish on wood with ratio of baking soda and water. Spray with vinegar and let sit minutes. Then scrub it off with a brush, rinse, dry, and stain or paint it.

Add baking soda into latex paint for a chalk paint like finish: DIY Chalk Paint vs. ASCP (I don't care for the final color result though)

An alternative to Annie Sloan Chalk Paint (which is insanely expensive).painting with baking soda mix: Sherwin Williams paint in color "Rain".The recipe was two parts paint to one part powder.

DIY Vintage Wood Stain look. (How to age new wood). Good for all things wood!

DIY Vintage Wood Stain- wad of steel wool, cup coffee grounds & vinegar to cover. Soak overnight, rub steel wool on wood, let dry! Repeat if necessary.

DIY: How to age wood in minutes with steel wool and apple cider vinegar.

DIY: How to age wood in minutes with steel wool and apple cider vinegar. used a week old mixture of vinegar, steel wool and coffee grounds.

How to Age Wood With Vinegar and Steel Wool: 9 Steps - wikiHow

Age Wood With Vinegar and Steel Wool

How to Age Wood With Vinegar and Steel Wool: 9 Steps - wikiHow, the vinegar does NOT change colors.

How to use vinegar and steel wool to make different wood stains

Vinegar & steel wool stain experiment with results to show how to achieve specific aged wood looks

How to Stain Wood with Balsamic Vinegar

how to stain wood with balsamic vinegar, painted furniture, woodworking projects, With a few simple supplies you can stain wood naturally

How to oxidize wood with vinegar and steel wool over coffee or tea.

How To: Oxidize Wood

Compare & How-To Weather Wood including various times using three easy techniques: Vinegar & Steel Wool only; Vinegar & Steel Wool with Coffee Stain; Vinegar & Steel Wool with Tea Stain

Naturally Repair Wood With Vinegar and Canola Oil. So, for a super cheap, use 3/4 cup of oil, add 1/4 cup vinegar. white or apple cider vinegar, mix it in a jar, then rub it into the wood. You don’t need to wipe it off; the wood just soaks it in.

Traditional paste wax is still the best way to renew and enhance natural wood finishes, and it will hold up better than liquid furniture polish. All you need for application is an old t-shirt and plenty of elbow grease. Clean, apply and then polish.

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