Age new wood to weathered gray driftwood look by disolving steel wool in vinegar then using as a stain/wash.

Age new wood to weathered gray driftwood look by disolving steel wool in vinegar then using as a stain/wash.

Aged wood develops a silvery gray color over time. This coloration is due to oxidation and exposure to the elements. The wood fades from its natural beige color to a washed-out gray color. Speed up this graying process and transform your wood from new to gray using household ingredients. The technique works well for matching new wood to older...

How to Age Wood to Gray

Aged wood develops a silvery gray color over time. This coloration is due to oxidation and exposure to the elements. The wood fades from its natural beige color to a washed-out gray color. Speed up this graying process and transform your wood from new to gray using household ingredients. The technique works well for matching new wood to older...

Beautiful Staining Your Pallet Wood: Tips for Beginners  #palletstain #reclaimedpallet #recyclingwoodpallets So you've found a beautiful wooden pallet, and you're ready to start your pallet project? The first step is to dismantle your pallet, do not miss our ...                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Staining Your Pallet Wood: Tips for Beginners • Pallet Ideas

Beautiful Staining Your Pallet Wood: Tips for Beginners #palletstain #reclaimedpallet #recyclingwoodpallets So you've found a beautiful wooden pallet, and you're ready to start your pallet project? The first step is to dismantle your pallet, do not miss our ... More

My $15 thrift store  pine coffee table, chalk painted and lightly glazed.  For the top, I first tried to stain it using a vinegar/steel wool stain, but it came out blotchy and not to my liking. So I changed course and dry brushed several layers of thinned off white chalk paint. Glazed it again lightly, then applied two coats of water based poly finish. Now it looks a lot like driftwood.

My $15 thrift store pine coffee table, chalk painted and lightly glazed. For the top, I first tried to stain it using a vinegar/steel wool stain, but it came out blotchy and not to my liking. So I changed course and dry brushed several layers of thinned off white chalk paint. Glazed it again lightly, then applied two coats of water based poly finish. Now it looks a lot like driftwood.

7 ways to make wood stain from natural household materials! These quick and easy wood stains are super effective, long lasting, low cost, and all natural!

Make Wood Stain - 7 Ways

7 ways to make wood stain from natural household materials! These quick and easy wood stains are super effective, long lasting, low cost, and all natural!

How to Antique and Age Wood Instantly for a Weathered Look (Make an Antique Sign too!) | Ashley Hackshaw / Lil Blue Boo

How to Antique and Age Wood Instantly for a Weathered Look (Make an Antique Sign too!) | Ashley Hackshaw / Lil Blue Boo

DIY Dark Wood Stain using Steel Wool and Vinegar | Darkens Tannins in Other Stains Too OR use Alone to Create a Weathered/ Rustic Look | The Modern DIY Life

DIY Dark Wood Stain using Steel Wool and Vinegar | Darkens Tannins in Other Stains Too OR use Alone to Create a Weathered/ Rustic Look | The Modern DIY Life

To turn ordinary wood into weathered barnwood: 2 Coats of tea, dry overnight, then paint on the steel wool and vinegar solution Viola :)

To turn ordinary wood into weathered barnwood: 2 Coats of tea, dry overnight, then paint on the steel wool and vinegar solution Viola :)

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