I have another question, let say I need to finished FAST some small walnuts and oaks part. This is what I planned to do: I will apply the parts with Tung oil mixtures (50% Tung oil 50% paint thinner) and wipe all excess oil. It should dry in an hour, sand lightly with #0000 steel wool. Apply first coats of Polyurethane, wait for 24 hrs sand it again before applying another coat of polyurethane and so on until I get the finishes I need.
My question, can I speed up the process if I apply a heat gun (carefully) on the parts to increase the temperature? What would you do to speed up the process rather than waiting 24 hrs according to instruction from Woodcraft's 100% pure Tung oil? I may apply three polyurethane coats or more that depend on the finished.
My garage temp for this time of the year is about 30 degrees to 50 degree and humidity below 50%. I could do leave the parts in the house, temps from 68 to 70 degrees and humidity 1/2 setting. Your advice most appreciated.
Thank you everyone