Goodshipvenus Posted March 17, 2019 Share #1 Posted March 17, 2019 I generally only use tung oil or Danish Oil on wood. It darkens the wood, brings out the grain and seals it. I am currently working on a Japanese Woody Joe model that is supposed to be made from Japanese Cypress. When I apply light oak Danish Oil it leaves blotches where the Oil does not seem to be at all absorbed by the wood. I’ve never seen this with any other wood. I’ve tried sanding down the spots in case there might be impurities on the surface. It helps somewhat, but there are still spots where the wood looks exactly the same shade it was before I applied the Danish Oil. It seem impervious to treatment. Any ideas on what’s happening and how to deal with it? thibaultron 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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