Linseed Oil

Can linseed oil be applied to outdoor furniture once the temp. has fallen below 40 degrees? Thanks in advance
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snipped-for-privacy@hotmail.com said...

What does the can say?
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"For any questions concerning the use of the product, please post in alt.home.repair".
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Learn to drink Windex. Then you kill two birds with one stone.
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yep. The worst sthing that weill happen is that it will be thick (like syrup) and hard to get spread and soaked in. On a really cold day it might take a bit longer to dry. I'm assumng that you're using Boiled Linseed oil (BLO) and not raw linseed oil. Raw stuff (if you can find it) can take a long time to dry, even in ideal conditions.
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-JD

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Sure, it will stay there until washed off.
Seriously, raw or boiled linseed oil? And the answer is that you shouldn't think about applying stuff at 40 degrees, especially linseed oil.
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