There’s just something about old, rusty metal. And no, I don’t mean the chance of getting tetanus! Old, rusty metal just looks cool. Maybe it’s because we know only the hands of time can give metal that weathered look.
Have you ever wondered how to age metal? We can get that look at home and it doesn’t require much time at all. The best part is you probably already have all the supplies on hand to do it. Today I’ll show the easiest way to age metal… EVER!
This is the easiest way to age metal… EVER! The process uses common household products. Do you have table salt, vinegar and peroxide? Then you’re ready to age some metal!
First, pour some salt in a container.
Place the metal objects you want to age in the container and pour enough vinegar to cover the metal objects.
Let the metal soak until the solution stops bubbling.
Use gloves or tongs to remove the metal from the solution and place in another container.
Add some salt to the new container.
Pour enough peroxide to cover the metal objects. The solution will start oxidizing right away. Let the metal soak until the solution stops bubbling.
Use gloves or tongs to remove the metal from the solution and place on a paper towel. Allow the metal to dry.
That’s it! That’s all there is to aging metal! Thank you for stopping by to check out the easiest way to age metal EVER!