Here is one example of how I use my handmade linseed oil soap!
Every year I clean our front porch wooden railing with my linseed oil soap. Very easy and fast I have a bucket of warm water, rag and a spay bottle with a soap water mixture. The amount of soap used in the bottle was about three pumps of soap and about two cups of water. From here I just spitz the surface of the wood and wipe off with a rag, ring the rag out in the bucket of water and wipe the surface again. Thats it , easy!
This railing has also been one of my tests for the Desk Olje Varnish system. Three years in and still looking great! More to follow in the next blog post.
Here is a link to my Etsy page where you can purchase this great universal soap. Lynn Sea Linseed Oil Soap
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For the LynnSea soap:
We just decided to do some spring cleaning in our TV room. We started with bookcases and pictures, and then went to windows, wooden blinds, and ceramic tiles behind wood stove, wood stove and much more. As long as I had the rag in my hand I thought I’d try the windows. Everything sparkles and smells clean. Water in the sink and a little of the LynnSea soap and that is it.
My daughter just moved into her townhouse and a lot of cleaning was done including vinyl and wood floors plus Formica and appliances. Everything cleaned up very well with the soap.
Joyce in Rochester