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  1. Wood Finishing
    Hi all, I am brand new here. I'm making some salad spoons for a friend and I'm finishing them with Watco Butcher Block oil and finish. The instructions say to sand between coats with #400 grit, but they don't say whether to sand after applying the last coat. I'd like to sand after the last...
  2. General Woodworking Discussion
    Can Watco Danish Oil Natural (clear) be applied to an already stained wood? Sorry if this is a dumb question, but the directions seem to indicate it should only be used on bare wood. I would understand this for the Watco that contains stain, but what about the clear? Thanks for your input.
  3. Wood Finishing
    I've had newly milled, old-growth doug fir recently installed around some door openings and as a couple small benches. I need to seal them and the carpenter recomended Watco teak oil. I like the application and matt finish of the teak oil but I don't like how red it looks. Can I stain the fir...
  4. Wood Finishing
    I am working on a piece of walnut and used Watco Danish penetrating oil as the first finish. I applied it exactly as the contrainer instructs. The directions say that if you are adding another finish, such as polyurethane, let it dry for 72 hours -- which I did. I then put on a thin coat of...
  5. Wood Finishing
    I am using Watco satin finishing wax on a walnut project. I have been applying the product as instructed on the can twice a day for a week. I have been increasing the time up from the recommended 10 minutes before wiping. I have wet sanded with the wax. The problem I am having is: the finish...
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