Does anyone know how to age/weather a glass bottle?

I'm making a project, and it involves making a glass bottle look scuffed up and kinda dirty looking. Like it's been sitting out in the elements for years or something, and I don't really know how to go about doing this. I've tried google, but there isn't very much information or guides out there. I'm going to search some more, but would like to know if any of you would know. Thanks :)

Updates:
Actually more "dusty" than "dirty", like the way glass has that whitish opaque look after sitting around

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  • Get a wine bottle that has been sand blasted then tear up the label a bit and soak coffee/tea into it then dry it out.

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  • It's glass. Nothing will happen to it. So just blow some dirt and dust onto it.

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