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TheuneM

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#1 posted 12-23-2015 06:22 AM

The reason I suggest danish oil is because of the results, here are some photos of just part of some projects made out of Cedar with only part of it having danish oil applied. One thing I love about it is the fact that the wood retains all of its beauty and does not look like there is something on the surface and yet the oil hardens under the surface of the wood to create a protective finish. You can see the amazing difference from before and after. If you want to see any of the finished items I have them listed under my projects.

-- I Measure twice cut once, because I still haven't found the board stretcher.


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