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Boiled Linseed Oil, Quart

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Use Kleen Strip Boiled Linseed Oil to develop the full warmth and richness of unfinished wood and increase its resistance to water-marks, scratches and warping. This classic wood finish and natural...

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Use Kleen Strip Boiled Linseed Oil to develop the full warmth and richness of unfinished wood and increase its resistance to water-marks, scratches and warping. This classic wood finish and natural protectant is produced from the seed of the flax plant and processed so it will dry faster than raw linseed oil. It produces a beautiful hand-rubbed finish on fine wood and antiques.



  • A classic wood finish
  • Natural protectant
  • Produced from the seed of the flax plant
  • Protects and seals unfinished wood surfaces
  • Produces a beautiful hand-rubbed finish on fine wood and antiques

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