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Unread 12-06-2018, 05:27 PM   #38
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Originally Posted by Mike Hunter View Post
I looked at Timberlux a few years ago, after reading the MSDS, I realized that it was a mixture of linseed oil, sunflower oil, naphtha (thinner) and some metallic driers.

I don't know about sunflower oil for protecting wood, but linseed oil is not great.

I've tried a lot of finishes in my shop, the one that I always go back to is Tru-Oil. depending on how I apply it, and rub it out, I can replicate just about any finish from a high gloss "piano finish" to a hand rubbed oil finish.

And no it doesn't cloud.
I've come to the same conclusion. But it had nothing to do with durability. I just could not tell much or any difference in the finish of guns using Timberluxe vs. Tru-Oil. Timberluxe is a lot more expensive and I would use it if I could see a meaningful difference. But I've gone back to Tru-Oil
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