Apply a light coat of boiled linseed oil to prevent this.
What does BLO stand for?
BLO stands for Boiled Linseed Oil (finishing oil applied to wood and metal)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Finish off the boards with boiled linseed oil applied as the board lays flat.
Prevent that damage by spreading boiled linseed oil on the decking as needed.
Finishing: A lovely wax finish can be made by mixing equal parts melted beeswax, boiled linseed oil, and a citrus-based natural solvent, like Citra-solve[R].
MAKES: 250ml (8oz) paint INGREDIENTS: 250ml ready-boiled linseed oil; 4 tbsp pigment (we used Cadmium Red) METHOD: Pour 2 tbsp of the boiled linseed oil into a bowl.
Drench the shanks of your tools with as much boiled linseed oil as they will absorb.
Barbara's homemade oil stains WHAT YOU NEED * Gum turpentine (2 pints) * Boiled linseed oil (2 pints) * Artists' oil pigments, one (37-ml.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] THIS POINTER SAYS TO PUT BOILED LINSEED OIL ON THE WOOD STAVES.