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Great for white oak, brings out the wood grain beautifully and darkens just the right amount.
on 28 February 2016
Just oiled some oak cabinets I made from untreated white oak. Really shows the wood grain and darkened the wood slightly giving it an aged look. Dried quite quickly (several hours) but still gave it 24h between coats. Has a slight nutty smell but not unpleasant. As always the tin recommends rubbing down with steel wool between coats, this however is an absolute no go with oak, the steel reacts with the resin in oak and will go black over time or even very quickly (overnight). Never use steel wool on oak, I used a new kitchen sponge scrubber, the yellow and green ones. The green side is quite rough and is enough to smooth the surface between coats. Would recommend this oil (at least for my experience with white oak).