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Old 7th Aug 2020, 3:12 pm   #21
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Default Re: Which teak oil?

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The blog contains some very valid points regarding teak used in an outside setting where teak's natural oils have valuable preservative properties. The same principles don't readily apply to furniture designed for indoor use. Most linseed or tung based oils (not raw) mentioned in this thread can be used successfully on a wide range of timbers not exposed to the elements.

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