Double Barn Door Plans

Handcrafted Barn Door Plans

Handcrafted Barn Doors

Supply List:

  • 13     1″ x 6″ x 72″  Blue Stain Pine T&G Siding ($3.92 each / Home Depot)
  • 6       1″ x 4″ x 96″  Select Pine Boards
  • 6       1″ x 2″ x 96″  Select Pine Boards
  • 1.25″ Finishing Nails
  • 8 x 1.25″ Gold FIN/Trim Head Screws (T-10 Star Bit Included / Home Depot)
  • Wood Glue
  • Tape Measure
  • Jigsaw
  • Sander
  • Sand Paper
  • 45 Deg. Chop Saw (optional)
  • White Vinegar
  • Steel Wool
  • 2 Mason Jars with Lids
  • Water
  • Gloves
  • Paint Brush

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How to Make the Perfect Barn Wood Stain

Barn Wood Stain

Achieve the perfect Barn Wood Stain and skip the harsh chemicals. Fill a mason jar with white vinegar and add one steel wool sponge. Close the lid and wait 24-48 hours. Over time the vinegar will break down the steel wool fibers and the liquid will become a rusty orange color.

In the second mason jar, fill the container with 1 part water, 1 part rusty vinegar solution. Make sure to wear gloves and remove all jewelry. Apply the solution to the wood with a paintbrush. Repeat until the desired color is achieved.

This process is called Wood Oxidizing. Not only does it look beautiful, but it also creates a protective water resistant seal on the wood.

The trick, that you might not read on other blogs, is to mix in water. This creates a beautiful grayish brown finish and is a useful tool for controlling the stain color.

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