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    Tried and True Finishes

    Does anyone use Tried & True Danish oil? I was wondering how it held up on utility items such as bowls, cheese platters, etc. Thanks.
    Bernie W.

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    Haven't tried their Danish Oil, but I've got an unopened can of Tried and True Varnish Oil on the shelf. Still haven't tried it yet...I'm wanting to empty a few other open cans of finish before I crack this one open.
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