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#1 posted 12-31-2010 04:23 PM

Danish oil is generally the name for a recipe of drying oils, resins and/or varnish, and a large percentage of solvents.
So called Danish Oils may not even contain linseed oil. One of the more popular Danish Oil products contains linseed oil and modified soya oil.

Tried & True chooses to complicate and confuse their 100% Polymerized Linseed Oil product by calling it “Danish Oil.”

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