Distressing Furniture With Vinegar: Distress Wood Using Vinegar & Baking Soda

How To Distress Wood Furniture Using Vinegar?

There are a number of ways to distress wood but doing with the natural way makes furniture more beautiful and elegant. The furniture can be distressed using vinegar as well. The easiest way to distress wood furniture using vinegar is to paint the furniture piece using latex paint. Once the paint is dried completely spray vinegar on the edges or places where it needs to have the distressed look. Once the vinegar is sprayed use rag to rub it. This will give the wood furniture the distressed look with no much efforts.

Baking Soda

In order to give wood, the aged look using baking soda is a wonderful idea. All are required to make the paste of the baking soda with water and apply it over the furniture. Once applied let the furniture dry in the sunlight once dried follow it by scrubbing and wiping doing this will give the weathered look to the furniture.

Other Ways To Distress Wood Naturally

Few other methods to make wood distressed are as follows:
1.Petroleum Jelly With Paint: Apply white petroleum jelly on the wooden surface prior to painting with latex paint. The petroleum jelly will restrict the paint to absorb well, in turn, will create the distressed look.
2.Authentic Texture: To give the wood an old distressed look try to make some dents and gouges using a hammer this will give the furniture a natural look.
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