I know some people boil their old strings to make them sound new/bright again, but I'm actually looking at achieving the opposite effect. Why? Because I use Rotosound Swing 66 strings, and they happen to sound great once they're fully worn in (I have medium action, often play hard, and hate the excessive string noise that often accompanies new strings). I usually get them into the desired state within ~1 month of daily playing/practice, but I'm looking for a process that could accelerate things a bit. Thanks in advance for any help!