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Finishing advise for solid oak kitchen worktop

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Mcluma

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What is the best and most suitable finishing to put on a solid oak kitchen worktop.

There have been a lot of people who have put in solid worktops. and wondered what kind of finishing they have put on it

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Chris
 

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I used Liberon Finishing oil, messed up one time when I forgot to wipe it off but cleaned and reapplied and good as gold.
 

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I prefer Osmo's Top oil. Found the most durable to stop water penetration and doesn't smell awful like danish oil etc.
 

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The wife bought some danish oil and a lint free cloth so i will have a go with that

Thanks for the replies
 

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She has put a first coat on it this morning and it looks stunning. 2 more coats and it should be done :D
 

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Personally I swear by the Osmo Top Oil as Mart advised on.
A bit more expensive than Danish but in my opinion a better product.
3 - 4 coats by brush tops with OSMO.
They all do a base layer product for areas that are subject to more moisture i.e. Sinks, dish washer.
 

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