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Changing my black wrought iron finish to a "rusty" finish.


(2000)

I am a do-it-yourselfer who would like to change the finish of my black wrought iron chairs and table to a more "rusty" finish? I need advise on what technique to use and where I can get more how to information?

Lesia R [last name deleted for privacy by Editor]
- Castle Rock, Colorado, USA


(2007)

i am also interested in this subject, one of my client is doing that in indonesia

Samuel Puong
- Hong Kong



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