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  1. SawdustOnMyBoot Post author

    Hi there, Gina! You can make your own wood oxidizing solution simply by letting torn up 0000 steel wool disintegrate in white vinegar for a few days. Then you just paint it on your bare wood and watch it transform almost immediately to become darker and more weathered looking. You can also add some strong black tea to your wood beforehand to give it a grayer look. Adding some rusty nails to your oxidizing mixture will give your wood a ruddier tinge, which I did when oxidizing the barn door seen here –> http://sawdustonmyboot.com/2013/07/20/diy-interior-sliding-barn-door-on-the-cheap/ Hope that helps & happy oxidizing to you! ;)

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