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#1 posted 01-17-2018 10:53 PM



Danish Oil is kind of a generic term. There are lots of different products with varying ingredients that are labeled Danish Oil. “Tried and True” brand has less awful chemicals. As for the Watco, I haven t noticed it being any thicker but I have noticed my home depot stopped carrying the larger cans.

If you re having trouble with the wiping off, try just letting it dry then rubbing it down with #0000 gauge steel wool.

- Walker

Yep, been doing a lot of that. One of my projects uses embedded rate earth magnets as door closers. It was a bear to get to fine metal particles cleaned out, but the finish came out ultra-smooth.

-- ~Steve


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