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    Re: Which wax/oil for wood smells the nicest?

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    oil the holes too.
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    Re: Which wax/oil for wood smells the nicest?

    OK here they are.

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    Re: Which wax/oil for wood smells the nicest?

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    Re: Which wax/oil for wood smells the nicest?

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    Re: Which wax/oil for wood smells the nicest?

    Danish oil doesn't smell too bad, steer clear of the linseed oil

    With any type of oil you will get a smell, cannot say ive come across a pleasant smelling oil, your best bet would be a wax of some kind

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