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Adding patina to brass and copper:  Put sawdust in a small resealable container, pour white vinegar on it, and mix until it's paste-like. Submerge your metal in the wet sawdust, seal it, and set overnight (or just a few hours in sunlight, which speeds the process). Let the pieces air dry and brush off any excess sawdust with a soft brush.

Adding Patina to Copper and Brass: How to Make Your Alternative Metal Designs Pop

Adding patina to brass and copper: Put sawdust in a small resealable container, pour white vinegar on it, and mix until it's paste-like. Submerge your metal in the wet sawdust, seal it, and set overnight (or just a few hours in sunlight, which speeds the process). Let the pieces air dry and brush off any excess sawdust with a soft brush.

Personalized couple's necklaces that can be customized with your name, initials, or even a photo. These personalized necklaces make for a wonderful anniversary, birthday, or mother's day gift, and are also great as that unique everyday necklace! | Made on Hatch.co by independent designers and professional jewelry makers.

Personalized couple's necklaces that can be customized with your name, initials, or even a photo. These personalized necklaces make for a wonderful anniversary, birthday, or mother's day gift, and are also great as that unique everyday necklace! | Made on Hatch.co by independent designers and professional jewelry makers.

How to etch a design on an altoids tins using crayons and salt water.

Etching on Tin Using Crayon-Technique

blue patina on copper - salt and vinegar solution

Blue Patina on Copper

Diy Brass Patina - (1)torch brass on kitchen stove till it darkens (2)soak brass in vinegar and sea salt mixture (3)when it turns patches of blue/green, torch again.  If you like the results you can choose to coat with a clear coat (this will take away some of the colors), or you can leave it as is without a clearcoat.  If you don't like the final results repeat the steps again.

Diy Brass Patina - (1)torch brass on kitchen stove till it darkens (2)soak brass in vinegar and sea salt mixture (3)when it turns patches of blue/green, torch again. If you like the results you can choose to coat with a clear coat (this will take away some of the colors), or you can leave it as is without a clearcoat. If you don't like the final results repeat the steps again.

No, it's not an green alien's foot, it's just an oxidixed metal statue with a nice patina.

How to Make Patina Paints

No, it's not an green alien's foot, it's just an oxidixed metal statue with a nice patina.

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