How to preserve driftwood

Learn how to preserve driftwood and create unique and beautiful home decor pieces. Discover techniques and ideas to enhance the natural beauty of driftwood and add a touch of coastal charm to your space.
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Been to the beach lately? My favorite beach activity is collecting driftwood. I love its weathered, rustic look that makes great DIY home decor. But, first, how do you clean and preserve driftwood? Read on for tips to get rid of the salt and junk from the ocean so it will last for years.

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Robin Scheffler
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Been to the beach lately? My favorite beach activity is collecting driftwood. I love its weathered, rustic look that makes great DIY home decor. But, first, how do you clean and preserve driftwood? Read on for tips to get rid of the salt and junk from the ocean so it will last for years.

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Driftwood made smooth by ocean or river water gives you valuable source material for multiple arts and crafts projects. No matter the crafts or decorating projects you plan for your found driftwood, you must **clean it thoroughly, kill any insects and preserve it** before bringing it indoors. Take appropriate safety cautions by working outdoors...

Driftwood made smooth by ocean or river water gives you valuable source material for multiple arts and crafts projects. No matter the crafts or decorating projects you plan for your found driftwood, you must **clean it thoroughly, kill any insects and preserve it** before bringing it indoors.

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Preserve driftwood by washing it with water to remove soil and algae, soaking it in a tub filled with water and bleach, drying it in natural sunlight and applying a coat of turpentine and natural beeswax. Cured driftwood can be used to make unique pieces of furniture, fashioned into a key rack for the entryway or used to create wind chimes,

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