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mountainmodernlife.com/make-metal-rust

I gotta tell ya, making metal rust in fast forward was even more fun than I anticipated. Plus you probably have everything you need to try this out right now. The only thing we had to buy was salt. We had Himalayan salt, which may work, but I wasn’t sure how much I’d use so we just grabbed a big container of table salt for $1. ...

www.wikihow.com/Make-Metal-Rust

How to Make Metal Rust. Most advice regarding rust involves how to remove it, but there are times when you may actually want to cause metal to rust faster. Whether you are a prop maker or a DIY'er, you might need to make metal rust to get...

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Check out this really simple way to quickly rust metal (iron) to get an awesome, aged patina. You only need three household ingredients: hydrogen peroxide, regular white vinegar, and salt! It ...

www.bobvila.com/articles/how-to-rust-metal

STEP 1 Move the metal object you want to rust out to a yard or open garage on a hot day. Direct sunlight helps speed up the rusting process. Plus, hydrogen peroxide and vinegar can give off a ...

www.ehow.com/how_6418215_make-metal-rust-faster.html

How to Make Metal Rust Faster. Waiting for metal to rust on its own isn't exactly practical when working on a project -- leaving the metal outdoors to rust it may take years to achieve the desired look. Instead of playing the waiting game, force the metal to rust using chemicals designed for this purpose. This way, your craft or decor project...

www.hunker.com/12002168/how-to-rust-corrugated-metal

Ever since corrugated metal has come indoors as a design element, a touch of rust may add character to the Shabby Chic style or country theme in a home. If you cannot wait until the weather rusts your corrugated metal through exposure, it's pretty simple to speed the process -- as long as the metal contains iron, tin or iron alloys.

www.instructables.com/id/Produce-a-Rich-Rust-Patina-on-Iron-and-Steel-Safe

Produce a Rich Rust Patina on Iron and Steel, Safely and Quickly, Using Common Household Chemicals: This instructable will show you a fast, safe method, using common household chemicals that you probably already have, to produce a rich rust patina on iron and steel to give it a weathered, aged appearance. Background I've had this Maine 'bu...

homeguides.sfgate.com/rust-metal-items-aged-look-83095.html

Rust is not always the enemy. When it comes to making your favorite item look authentically old, a spot or two of rust makes all the difference. A sterile-looking metal chest or a rustic wood ...

www.stonegableblog.com/how-to-age-galvanized-metal

Here’s a simple way to make new metal, like galvanized metal, look old and have lots of crusty character! Galvanized metal is usually zink or iron with a coating of steal sealed over it to prevent it from rusting. To make a piece of galvanized metal look old and rusty and chippy and have a wonderful patina takes years of outdoor wear.