When I followed that technique, I found I got a horrible finish. At my evening class, taught by a cabinet maker, he suggested leaving it for 10mins absolute maximum, before removing all (by polishing with a dry lint free cloth) of it with a cloth. Sometimes, I oil it and polish away the excess immediately, repeating many times over and over. (but a maximum of 2 coats per day)Gill":2r7qf495 said:The instructions say to apply a thin coat, leave to dry for six hours, then repeat the process twice. Gill
I've got some Rustins Danish Oil here; I'll have a look- ah, I forgot. I had to decant it out of their :-# tin into an unmarked bottle, didn't I...? ](*,) :roll: :lol:Terry Smart":1s530zo9 said:I rather thought the Rustins version suggested the same but I am willing to be corrected on that one!
Not really. Admiral Gravina and the Cadiz Fleet were under Admiral Villeneuve's command and flag - therefore technically French.Alf":3loq4ynp said:Forgetting the Spanish methinks?