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Old 07 April 2013, 13:54   #1
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Best Treatment for Oak?

A bit off Topic,but can anyone on here reccomend the Best Treament/Finish for Oak Windows? I'd LIKE to keep the Natural Light-Oak look.
I had some made three years ago,to replace the Old one's and they need a Going over..
Previously used Sickens I think, but not Happy with it.
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Old 07 April 2013, 14:08   #2
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A bit off Topic,but can anyone on here reccomend the Best Treament/Finish for Oak Windows? I'd LIKE to keep the Natural Light-Oak look.
I had some made three years ago,to replace the Old one's and they need a Going over..
Previously used Sickens I think, but not Happy with it.
Cheers.
OSMO clear wood finish son
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Ha Ha exactly what I was gonna say. its very easy to put on and we used it 5 years ago on me sisters gaff and still looks new dude.
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I concur

I apply it with 0000 steel wool.
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Old 07 April 2013, 14:53   #6
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Danish oil Inside or out, looks great & easy to work with. As said, apply with wire wool .
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OSMO - danish/tongue oil is great but high you'll be applying it a couple of times a year.
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