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Learn about the differences Between Tung Oil, Linseed Oil, Danish Oil & Polyurethane

Minwax Tung Oil Finish is an oil-based wood finish that gives wood a lustre while also providing a tough layer of protection.

Up until the discovery of petrolatum and the introduction of toxic chemicals, paints were created using natural ingredients such as: linseed oil, lime, casein from milk, turpentine, citrus oils, chalk and hemp oil.    Natural pigments were also used...

How to Make Natural Paint

Using natural paint won't get you out of a graffiti writing ticket but it's an interesting exercise in making naturally-based art.

When it comes to finishing a project there are literally 1,000's of options. Take your pick.  My pick for the last several years is Boiled Linseed Oil (BLO, on the web).  I have used it on everythi...

Finish – A one trick pony

Refinishing with Linseed Oil

How to Finish Wood With Linseed Oil

Transfer ink to wood quickly and easily with this easy method. Save special memories or create personal gifts.

Boiled Linseed Oil is a great way to protect and beautify wood and metal items. Just be careful and understand the safety concerns when using it.

Boiled Linseed Oil is a great way to protect and beautify wood and metal items. Just be careful and understand the safety concerns when using it.

Looking for tips about how to apply polyurethane? I'm going to share three tips why I don't use poly and what I use on my DIY furniture instead.

3 Reasons Why I Don't Use Polyurethane

Bob’s Miracle finish for Wood is a DIY wipe on top coat you make yourself. It’s three simple ingredients: gloss spar varnish, boiled linseed oil and paint thinner.

Refinish / restore with a good rub-down of boiled linseed oil & a few days to dry completely   #DIY #furniture

Refinish / restore with a good rub-down of boiled linseed oil & a few days to dry completely (Diy Furniture Polish)

Boiled linseed oil is a simple and effective way to revive old wood for fresh paint or create a stunning old school finish for your projects.

Boiled linseed oil is a simple and effective way to revive old wood for fresh paint or create a stunning old school finish for your projects.

DIY using linseed oil & paint thinner combo as a stain & wood protectant

DIY Linseed Oil & Paint Thinner

1 part linseed oil to 2 parts paint thinner - just like they did in the to cover some barnwood

Mix together in a glass jar equal parts of Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine or Paint Thinner, and White Vinegar.

For my old kitchen table set-Mix together in a glass jar equal parts of Boiled Linseed Oil, Turpentine or Paint Thinner, and White Vinegar.

Polyurethane is too finicky, the application is difficult and it doesn't give the look I want for my projects. You can make an easy DIY top coat instead!

3 Reasons Why I Don't Use Polyurethane

Polyurethane is too finicky, the application is difficult and it doesn't give the look I want for my DIY furniture projects. Instead, I use an easy to an easy to make DIY top coat that provides a flawless finish every time!

Linseed Oil uses and limitations- how to finish barn wood for interiors

Linseed Oil uses and limitations. Excellent article of questions I had about using Linseed oil because I thought it might be more natural. I choose not to use linseed oil.

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