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    Is the same as boiled linseed oil? it is all they had at the local home hardware.
    Jerome
    Canada's South Coast

    Port Colborne On.
    Every loaf of bread is a tragic tale of grains that could've become beer.......but didn't....
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    yeah, 'cept it's boiled twice I've used this product from home hardware before. worked for me.

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      Jerome, scroll down on this page and under the heading 'similiar threads' read the 'double boiled linseed oil' thread

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        Be careful with your rags. Put them in water. I used this stuff once and was a bit carless. The wiping rags left in a pile of the floor were smouldering within an hour and were to hot to pick up by hand.

        Don

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          I just drape my rags over the side of the garbage can -- single layer -- they dry up quickly.

          ...Wayne

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            Thanks for the replies and warning everyone.
            Jerome
            Canada's South Coast

            Port Colborne On.
            Every loaf of bread is a tragic tale of grains that could've become beer.......but didn't....

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              Something to check...some of these products have heavy metal drying agents added to help them dry faster. This is fine for certain purposes, but not so good on surfaces that will touch food or mouths.

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