This topic is dedicated to sharing techniques for how to get that (thought) elusive silver grey look to your woodwork.
It seems like everyone strives for that perfect look, the aged grey faded and weather beaten effect, the feel, the conveyance of age.
So, lets kick this thread off anew as requested in another build thread in order to keep that thread 'clean' and focused on it's build.
Proto pic's of sun bleached, tannin rich, fade to grey and just plain simply beautifully aged structures are welcomed to give us all inspiration, something to strive for and to follow.
Personally I just use chalk and alcohol, 3-4 steps, keep it simple and follow Brett's guidelines, easily repeatable and looks great every time.