When working on your latest woodshop project, sometimes you want to age the wood to give it some nice character. Typically, coloring agents are used, which put color onto the wood. But another type of agent is chemical, and those actually have a chemical reaction with the wood to give it a different color. Surprisingly, baking soda is a chemical agent for aging wood!
Learn how to apply baking soda to wood, and find out why it works. You can use baking soda to permanently age wood and get a very natural-looking finish.
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