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#1 posted 01-12-2013 12:02 AM

If truly weathered wood, not so sure I’d touch it at all…wagon wheel has to be >50 years old and if still not dust, can’t be any bugs in it. if you want to seal it, I guess plain old sanding sealer would work (probably the same as a watered satin finish poly)...seal the pores without changing the texture/patina.

I did use a product years ago for “antiquing” new wood to make it look old (I was making little barns for little collector tractors). The technique has become so popular now that the brand doesn’t matter. Google “antiquing” and get ready to read a lot.


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