Battleworn distressed finish

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  1. Arkansas Metal Art

    Arkansas Metal Art Well-Known Member

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    Attempted a battleworn finish on this piece. 7813CE0B-07B0-4E62-AE60-D22A158F43AF.jpeg
     
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    Awesome work! Love this!
     
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    Very nice.
     
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    You make some cool stuff Jason!
     
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    Thanks man. This was super easy. Hit the edges and faces with a 50 grit disc on a cutoff tool, rattle can it with flat black, then come back the next day and hand sand it down with a red scotchbrite pad till it looks like you want it to. Then semi gloss or flat clear.
     
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