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    Lightening treated wood.

    Yes thanks I worked with a mask 😷 at all times. Washed off let dry then neutralised with vinegar & water. Only had a little sanding to do and then oiled it’s looking and smelling good :)
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    Lightening treated wood.

    Thanks I have taken a few photos of the lightening process it was a considerable success - I’m really pleased. You can see from the photos the wood was pretty dark, now it’s a golden blonde. Really nice, not yet oiled to finish as I will sand a little bit first. But I’m very pleased with the...
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    Lightening treated wood.

    Well I've tried some bar keepers friend which has a small amount of Oxalic acid in and it's made a good difference on the wood. SO I've ordered some O Acid and will try it properly at the weekend. Photos will follow - phone not working at mo!
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    Lightening treated wood.

    Ah ok I did wonder if that might be the case :( Never mind I might rethink - thanks for your input AJB Temple
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    Lightening treated wood.

    Hi James Thanks for responding, I'd definitely use the Osmo oil (Polyx) post whatever I do as it will nicely protect the wood and make water repellent as I'm using it in a damp ish area. I find it really gives longevity to the wood and have never had an issue with it. I hadn't considered to...
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    Lightening treated wood.

    Hi I’ve bought some nice shiplap wood it’s been treated in a tank. Is meant in general for shed building use. I’m using it inside in a utility / stable type area. Because of the treatment it’s darkened considerably and there are some green spots on some of the wood. I’d like to lighten it up a...
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