How-to Make NEW Wood Look OLD

Introduction: How-to Make NEW Wood Look OLD

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DIY Rustic Vanity Counter top - How to Make Wood Look Old

In this episode i will show you a fun and easy wood working project of how to make new wood look old with a very simple process of using a grinder and an attachment from king Arthur. Great woodworking project for beginners wanting to do it yourself Also, you will meet my neighbor Claire! She is awesome

Here are the products that i used:

Galahad Grinder attach :http://amzn.to/2gULEmg epoxy: http://amzn.to/2uph3QX sander: http://amzn.to/2eG0pbP Sanding discs :http://amzn.to/2tBfdPV Follow me on http://facebook.com/doingitwithjason http://instagram.com/doingitwithjason

Special thanks to David Womax for the awesome Music!!!!

Laugh track from httpwww.freesfx.co.uk

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Step 1: Grind the Wood

Using the king Arthur tool found here: http://amzn.to/2gULEmg

Grind the wood away...super easy

Step 2: Blank Wood Canvas

Start with a wood counter top that you made or one that you find and would like to re purpose.

Step 3: Stain That Sucker!

Using your favorite stain, proceed to staining the newly distressed wood

Step 4: Mix Up the Epoxy for the Finish

Grab some epoxy or bar top finish and follow the easy mix directions

Step 5: Enjoy

Show off the counter top to your friends and family!

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    philb81b
    philb81b

    Question 1 year ago

    I have an 10x20 outdoor building that I'm turning into a old looking general store. I built a tin covered porch the full length of the building and try to paint the building to look distressed. It has the lap siding on it and looking for a way to distressed. I was told they make a paint that would crack the paint but I've only found it in like quart sized. Does anyone have a solution to my problem. I would be very grateful for any help I could get
    Thanks, and God bless
    Phil