Juan Torres
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She says, “I used a cup of hydrogen peroxide and 1 cup of white vinegar and two tablespoons of salt and put it in a spray bottle. I’ve also used straight vinegar before with salt to get similar results but the hydrogen peroxide seems to really speed it up! This can be used on anything you want to create an aged patina, copper, brass, galvanized or steel.”

She says, “I used a cup of hydrogen peroxide and 1 cup of white vinegar and two tablespoons of salt and put it in a spray bottle. I’ve also used straight vinegar before with salt to get similar results but the hydrogen peroxide seems to really speed it up! This can be used on anything you want to create an aged patina, copper, brass, galvanized or steel.”

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.