Do you have solid brass hardware that looks just too new and shiny to be used on one of your woodworking projects? In this video learn how to patina brass hardware. George Vondriska teaches you how to spend just minutes to give that brass a weathered patina look that typically takes years to form. He likes to use a combination of lacquer thinner and cycles between heated ammonia fumes and salt water.
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