Hi. Now, it’s a landscape where I'm always working with new wood and the look of new wood is gorgeous. I mean look at this. However, the problem can arise if you have all wood next to your new wood all because things just don't much. So, I'm going to show you how quick and easy process to go on and gray out or age your red wood here. And you can do this with red wood, that’s what I'm using but you can also do it with seder whatever you're working with.
All you want to do is take a little Knap Sack Sprayer here, this little handheld sprayer and I just have a small one here, it’s like a little two gallon sprayer. And I have already got some water. Now, I'm just going to add some baking soda to this and I want this pretty dark because again I'm trying to match up these existing fences out there. Tighten this down and pressurize my little square here. Now again, this is really a bi-trial job. You can test it, see how dark it is depending on what your desired effect is. You can always re-apply another coat. So, I do my first coat here. I’ll come back in about an hour, check out how dark it is and what I'm basically trying to do is just match up here with my old existing fence.
I'm not putting so much on that it runs too much. I just want to coat the wood. Alright, so come back in about an hour, you will never know that this was a brand new red wood fence here, talking about speeding up mother nature’s process.
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