How to Age Cedar Wood?


Perhaps one of the easiest ways to age cedar is by using a chemical that is designed for this purpose. Some of these are chemicals that people would rather not use as they either don't like the effect or the cost. Lightly sanding or blending any wood, including cedar, is a good option to simulate an aged finish. The reason is because as wood and stone ages, it smooths out and looses some of its color.
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1. Stain the cedar with a weathered stain color that will closely match the look of weathered cedar. This stain with the natural aging effects will provide you with a natural gray
1 Soak the planks in water. This will prevent them from catching fire on the grill. It is best to soak them for at least 4-6 hours, but overnight would be even better. Ad 2 Preheat
by cedaring it up ; Though cedar wood will perform better than most other woods if left without a finish, it will look better and last longer if a protective finish is applied and
Overview Cedar is a wood with many characteristics that make it a great option for outdoor use. It is a fine-grained wood that lies flat and stays straight and is less likely to crack
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How to Age Cedar Wood
Cedar is a light weight soft wood that is naturally resistant to moisture, decay and insects. Cedar will turn a natural grey over time as it is exposed to the elements. Rain and sun will help to bleach cedar quickly if left unprotected. There will be... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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