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#1 posted 10-02-2018 05:50 PM

I’ve used T&T varnish oil for quite a few projects and it is really nice if you have the time to apply it and patience for it to dry afterwards. What I generally do is apply a good amount, rub it in the wood, and then wait 30min or so and then aggressively wipe off whatever is left. I let it dry for a few days, use a brown bad to smooth it, and then add another coat. 4 to 5 coats is what I usually do and get a nice film finish. But ya, like other posters said, it takes some time for it to dry but I think it is worth the wait.

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