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  • Dominique

    Staining Wood Did you know that you can use vinegar to stain wood?  Not only does it create a beautiful stain but it’s also a very cool science experiment you can do with the kids! Place a piece of steel wool in a glass bowl, the more you use the darker the stain will be.  Next pour white vinegar into the bowl, just enough to cover the steel wool.  Cover it with plastic wrap and let it sit for 24 hours.  After 24 hours use the steel wool to stain your wood item.

  • Hannah Angell

    DIY Wood Stain Place a piece of steel wool in a glass bowl, the more you use the darker the stain will be. Next pour white vinegar into the bowl, just enough to cover the steel wool. Cover it with plastic wrap and let it sit for 24 hours. After 24 hours use the steel wool to stain your wood item.

  • Monica Genera

    Tips and Tricks for using vinegar in DIY projects!

  • Ashley Roberts

    Lots of DIY ideas and uses for vinegar

  • Megan Elizabeth

    #DIY wood stain. You'll never guess the secret ingredients! @CraftCuts Natural wood stain to give the letter a more vintage/rustic feel

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