Chris is evidently a fan... :lol:waterhead37":1kzhcu91 said:Candles are the cheapest, nastiest rubbishy paraffinic wax in the world.
You can also use an oil wick like old timers - you plane the layer off immediately so you don't have to worry over much about contamination of finishes. All in all this is a smarter option IMHO.
Just any old oil or somthing in particular . Will the japenese anti rust stuff do the job camellio?
I agree with Alf. I'm starting to feel like I have a WMD in my apron pocket :lol: .Alf":3i1nyfbv said:
What's the problem? Candles work well, IME.Is there anything else i'm not very happy with this
I thought linseed oil was used in french polishing .the sort of white oil used in French polishing is fine
Some use linseed, some tung, but I think Chris is referring to mineral oil, which is very widely used here in Quebec for French polishing.John p":1rk9al12 said:I thought linseed oil was used in french polishing .