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KnickKnack

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#1 posted 991 days ago

I’m really no expert on anything woodworking, but my experience of using oils, including danish oil, is that it goes on better/deeper/smoother/richer if, rather than thin, you heat it up a bit. I do this by potting a small bottle of the oil inside a cut-out plastic bottle and solar heat it. This was discussed here.

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