I have a quart of Danish Oil that I opened January 2002. It is tightly
sealed and still fluid with no hardening inside of the can. I want to
use it in the next few days on a carved cherry table-top. I don't mind
buying a new can but I don't feel like making the 100 mile round trip
or waiting for it to arrive via mail. I was told it will last
"indefinately" if the can is well-sealed. Anyone have any info on this
I have some that is in the 5-6 year old category. It was sealed
tightly, and seems just fine. Used it to condition some wood before
staining and tinting last week. Worked fine, cured as always. (Little
slow on these colder days.)
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