Patio table, "popping" the grain.

Ron Evers

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See how the Danish oil makes the grain "pop".

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The oil will have to dry for a few days before I start with a urethane finish.

In the meantime, I will busy myself refinishing a patio table I built 12 years ago from rescued pallet wood.

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Looks great! It will look even better next summer with a frosty mug of beer sitting on it.
 

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Hot Toddies.
 

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That's nice Ron, beautifully done.
 

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Looks great. I prefer Sikkens Cetol. Gives great depth, clarity, and protection.

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Very nice....I use danish oil a lot, especially on red oak.
 

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