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Minwax

Model 67500

Internet #100178851

Store SKU #459704

1 qt. Tung Oil Finish

$19.87 /each

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The Minwax 1 qt. Tung Oil Finish penetrates wood pores and revitalizes dry interior wood surfaces such as furniture, antiques, woodwork, cabinets, doors and paneling. The finish provides a hand-rubbed luster that is easy to maintain and it can be applied over stained and unstained wood. It is formulated for an application with a brush or cloth.

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  • Revitalizes dry, interior unstained and stained wood surfaces such as furniture, antiques, woodwork, cabinets, doors and paneling (not recommended for floors)
  • Apply with a cloth or brush
  • Ready for buffing 5-10 minutes after application; ready for normal use after 24 hours
  • Oil-based protestant penetrates wood pores
  • Hand-rubbed luster is easy to maintain
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Can I spray it on and then spread it with a cloth applicator on a pole

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I have mixed it with mineral spirits before and sprayed it without any problems.
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I hadn't tried this, but the oil is a bit thick and can be sticky. Depending on the sprayer, it might clog. You could consider using a roller brush or something similar, perhaps.
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What type of oil do you use on a brazillian wood I believe partoa wood to keep it from cracking further

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If it has already started cracking from weathering (I am assuming), I would recommend drying it and filling/sealing the crack with a polyurethane product. Treating it with a tung oil or teak oil after. You will need to apply the oil at least twice a year if you do not intend on sealing it or covering with poly.
Most "experts" do not recommend applying poly to the wood but I always have and never had Read More
If it has already started cracking from weathering (I am assuming), I would recommend drying it and filling/sealing the crack with a polyurethane product. Treating it with a tung oil or teak oil after. You will need to apply the oil at least twice a year if you do not intend on sealing it or covering with poly.
Most "experts" do not recommend applying poly to the wood but I always have and never had an issue with peeling as I properly prep the wood prior to applying.
This wood has the ability to retain large amounts of moisture, so I dry it pretty good and replace the moisture with a good quality oil and then poly it to lock it in. Read Less
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Can i use this on a piece of sanded drift wood

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April 20, 2016
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Minwax Tung Oil Finish can be used on sanded drift wood.
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Does Tung Oil work on pewter to prevent tarnishing?

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Does Tung Oil work on pewter to prevent tarnishing?
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January 16, 2016
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No, this product will not work for that application.
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