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[Cob] Counter TopStephen Karrington sales at diamondcard.us
Thu May 15 13:03:23 PDT 2008
When you say "moist," do you mean it hasn't dried fully? Or is it still oily from an oil coat? -- It's moist because it will never dry. Been like this for months and not much change at all. What kind of oil did you use? -- I think they used a vegetable oil. If it was a non-hardening oil (like raw linseed oil or vegetable-based oil), it could take weeks and weeks to dry. -- It's been months already. At least 3-4 months. Am I supposed to boil the linseed oil before application? If it's still wet from water, then let it dry fully before doing any sealing. You could try a wax, like floor wax or bees wax. I would test it on a small section before coating the whole thing. If that isn't satisfactory, try a clear wood sealant (i.e. Thompsons water seal). I know I'm going to catch hell for that suggestion, but it works! -- Is it possible to apply a sealant like that over a moist area and not have it mold later on? Thanks Stephen
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