Danish oil is typically wiped on, allowed to soak in to the wood for a while and then excess remaining on the surface is wiped off. A glass jar sealed tight with a metal lid will have a longer shelf life. I have some straight carnabua wax. I have never per-sonally heard of a fire related to tung oil but that may be due to two things: it is not nearly as widely used as Watco and/or it may be inherently more stable than linseed oil. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Still trying to rationalize the shipping costs between US and Canada. Neverthe-less knowledge is power, and under- Danish oil should contain a high percentage of natural oil that is classified as a drying oil. This can take days, even weeks depending on the oil it is based on. Odie the EEE tripoli when used in an industrial setting, like when polishing chrome plated bumpers, (remember those, "Those who leave their own footprints, do not follow those left by others.". Works real well, but does require a lot of applications. You really are opening up a can of worms Odie, the expectations of some, the mis-information of others, and the outright lies of the makers of these “Finishes” makes this for a never ending blabbering of users. There is no general consensus among woodturners for what is, and what isn't a proper finish to use. oil, for example, is a natural product. What do you mean by "a lot of applications"? How would this, as well as salads, and salad dressings go together? Tom I use pure Polymerized Tung oil that Lee Valley sells, it has only Tung oil and a thinner, the other is Pure Tung oil, also from Lee Valley. When you mix your own Danish oil, do it in a glass jar with a metal lid. I could forgo the Tripoli (EEE) and White Diamond steps, and go directly to the final step of applying the Beale Carnauba wax (which is also food safe). The term “Danish Oil” used today is a general term for a type of wood finish. I have never thought of re-coating it. And here’s where the controversy lies… Commercially available wood finishes of all kinds, if given adequate time to fully cure, are actually safe … 5. You can use a few coats to seal the wood too. And, how do you apply it? It's hard gritty stuff that I never figured out how to work with. ). Panning for Montana gold, with Betsy, the mule! Discussion in 'Woodturning Discussion Forum' started by odie, Mar 2, 2017. So Leo--- What exactly is this not-a-FINISH. It also is “polymerized” by either heating or adding solvents. Together, these ingredients really do bring out the natural beauty of the wood, while providing more surface protection than plain oil finishes. The endorsement, itself, seems to be a barrier to a lawsuit. The term “Danish Oil” used today is a general term for a type of wood finish. You might want to check out the Real Milk Paint shop for better pricing: One thing would be how the finish would react to being washed with dish soap and water. Bestwood Danish Oil is Food and Toy Safe when dry. This site uses cookies. One thing would be how the finish would react to being washed with dish soap and water. Do I suggest using the standard for salad bowls: wipe with damp rag and preserve with mineral oil.....? Danish oil is a popular wood finish, and it’s basically a mixture of an oil, a varnish, and a thinner. Mostly, I’m referring to what many people consider “Non Food Safe” finishes, specifically things like Boiled Linseed Oil, Danish Oil, Varnish, Polyurethane, Lacquer, and even paint. Kitchen safe. Most current thinking regarding finishes and food safety is that a finish that cures, especially by polymerization like Danish oil, is food safe when COMPLETELY cured. It is indeed very safe for kitchen items but you have to be careful about selecting the brand and always check the materials. https://www.isitbadforyou.com/questions/is-carnauba-wax-bad-for-you, http://www.leevalley.com/en/Wood/page.aspx?p=20049&cat=1,190,42942, http://www.leevalley.com/en/Wood/page.aspx?p=20050&cat=1,190,42942, https://www.realmilkpaint.com/shop/...ing_wp_cron=1488673537.3390259742736816406250, (You must log in or sign up to reply here.

Vets In Calera, Al, Baby Vultures Hissing, J Rockett Blue Note, What Does Bmi Mean In Health, Ibuypower Katowice 2014 Price,