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I would like to treat interior pine beams with boiled linseed oil. I'm hoping the linseed oil will bring out the pine wood grain somewhat and protect the beams. Other pros for me to use boiled linseed oil are; it's natural, easy to apply and inexpensive. The cons I understand are; the beams may darken with time. Any advice?
Thank you


They will definitely darken with time and they may always be sticky. Call Dave at 800-564-2987 for other options.

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