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  • Paladin
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    Good thought, Bill. I would imagine dry driftwood will soak it in like a sponge.

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  • Bill Wilson
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    Never done it before, but I would agree that a Danish oil would probably do a nice job. I imagine the driftwood will soak up more finish than regular wood, so it may take several applications to get the finish looking even.

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  • wood-n-things
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    I'd use a watco danish oil finish, neutral tone.

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  • Paladin
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    Finish for driftwood?

    Anybody know a good finish to put on driftwood? My wife's uncle asked me about it at christmas, and I said I'd throw it out to you guys. He doesn't want to stain it, just highlight the grain and give it a little protection. My thought was danish oil, but I figured someone here has probably done this before, and would have a more concrete answer.

    Thanks,
    Steve

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