Re: How do I age pine to an old 'barn-board' look?
Originally Posted by Wayne - Oakville
That was me
Soak a bat of 0000 (extra fine) in a 500-750ml jar full of vinegar (regular works fine, but "pickling vinegar" works better due to the higher acid content) overnight (8-12 hours). Pour through a coffee filter and then brush on your wood. Leave for 15 minutes and you'll see the wood grey. If it's not dark enough repeat, but one application is generally plenty) Note: The liquid will still appear clear in the jar, that's OK....this process works through oxidization rather than pigments).
I dream of a better world, one where chickens can cross roads without having their motives questioned.