Read on to see how to easily age galvanized metal using a heat gun and enter to win your own Wagner heat gun!
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I’m thrilled to be partnering with Wagner Spray Tech to give away one of my favorite Wagner tools. It is the HT400 Heat Gun and can be used in so many different ways.
I will show you how I used it to age galvanized metal and then I’ll share some other uses for the heat gun. Galvanized metal is very popular with a farmhouse style and I have several other DIY projects I’ve made with it.
Here is what you need for today’s project.
Age Galvanized Metal With A Heat Gun
- Wagner HT400 Heat Gun
- Olive Bucket – or any galvanized metal that you want to age
- Lysol Toilet Bowl Cleaner
- Foam Craft Brush
Pour the toilet bowl cleaner gel onto the metal.
Use the foam brush to spread out the cleaner.
Use the heat gun to dry the gel onto the metal.
Repeat this process until you are happy with the coverage.
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Think about how useful this will be on new or inexpensive metal, like those you will find at dollar stores. You can easily age them using this technique.
What Can You Do With The Wagner Heat Gun?
- Emboss cards and other crafting projects
- Shrink wrap presents
- Shrinking electrical tubes
- Making jewelry
- Removing old paint
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