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Anyone know a good way to artificially age cedar?

Asked by rojo (24179points) May 9th, 2017
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Want to try my hand at making some picture frames from some old barnwood I acquired but would like to have the newly cut (and painstakingly glaring) edges greyed out to match the rest of the wood. I am fairly certain it is a cedar.

Anyone know any tricks?

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chyna's avatar

I saw on HGTV where they lightly torched wood to age it and then lightly sanded it til it blended in. Then they sealed it with polyurethane.

Dutchess_III's avatar

I wonder what brushing tea on it would do?

kritiper's avatar

Spray it with white vinegar. Might work…

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