Re: Cabin Sole Replacement
I prefer to use (Le Tonkinois) is considered to be "soft" as it does not have the petroleum solvents most varnishes have that cause them to harden, it uses lineseed oil
and tung oil
making it "technically" an oil with some varnish qualities. I might be able to add a hardener to it or put a final coat that is hard.
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