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Pine Tar Wood Finish

How to Apply Pine Tar Wood Finish to Your Pine Furniture?

Pine furniture has its pros and cons. For one it is easy to work with. Unfortunately, it is tricky to finish. This is a relatively inexpensive piece of furniture. And if you want to use it outdoors, you can. However, to ensure its longevity, make sure to apply pine tar wood finish first.  The First…

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How to Treat Wood for Outdoor Applications?

Wood products for outdoor applications should be treated with wood preservatives. Pine tar products are the best options because they can effectively protect wood against moisture, wind, sun, and debris. Any wood can last a lifetime only if it is properly maintained and protected.  Pine Tar Products for Exterior Wood  One of the enemies of…

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Linseed Oil and Turpentine

Does Mixing Linseed Oil and Turpentine Speed Up Drying Time?

Linseed oil is a valuable natural oil typically used as a wood preservative. It’s also a common ingredient in paints and varnishes. For home repair purposes, linseed is a popular ingredient. It doesn’t only preserve wood but also prevents wood deterioration. However, linseed oil is a slow-drying liquid. Hence, it’s necessary to mix linseed oil…

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Gum Turpentine

Is Gum Turpentine the Better Solvent?

Compared to mineral solvents, gum turpentine is a better solvent. It can remove paint that has already hardened slightly. Mineral spirits can only dissolve fresh oil paint. Although it is a better solvent, is it safe to use?  Is Gum Turpentine Safe to Use?  This product is safe to use. But it’s not designed to…

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