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Or sand the entire surface a 1/64. I don't know minwax Tung oil only pure, if you wait for it to set then as you remove the defect ensure you sand the whole surface you'll end up with a color match closer than the alternative.
 

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Who does?

Tung oil does both, as previously mentioned it depends on the temp humidity and species, 70° and dry air will help absorption but only so much. The issue would be in overlap, tends to look like water stain marks, hard maple takes on an orangey yellow sort of look, (never worked with soft). Again if I didn't wet the surface 1st to sand the raised grain I'd sand between the 1st 2 coats then nylon pad between further coats, unless there was a whoops that needed attention.
 
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