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    What Is BLO?? finish

    Jim hear you talk about using BLO finish a lot . I guess I don't know what you are reffering to ? Please help?

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    Boiled Linseed Oil

    BLO
    Boiled Linseed Oil

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    Now I Get It !! Thanks!!

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    And, George...in general, BLO isn't best suited as "the finish"...just one step of the finish. That said, I love BLO and wax as a silky smooth finish for decorative items...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Hollingsworth View Post
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    Boy do I feel like a slapped behind!!! I almost posted this question before I did a search and the kicker is .............. I knew the answer!!!

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