Black walnut coffee table

I Just finished making this beautiful black walnut coffee table it really came out great! What an addition to our living room! I finished it with raw linseed oil and linseed oil wax. I have many unique cuts of this first generation tree possibly one would be perfect for your home! Call Marc at (585)313-4950.Continue reading “Black walnut coffee table”

Cedar deck finished with pine tar and raw linseed oil

Beautiful cedar deck was originally finished with an acrylic deck varnish. It didn’t even last one year there was a total failure.  I had to sand the entire deck to remove the residual finish. I finished and preserved the deck with a combination of raw linseed oil and pine tar.  These products penitrate the woodContinue reading “Cedar deck finished with pine tar and raw linseed oil”

Pressure treated railing finished with Linseed oil varnish!

This pressure treated railing was dried out and the acrylic stain that was on it had failed plus the wood warped.  I remove the old layer of stain with my in fared paint remover then oiled the wood with raw organic linseed oil and finished it with linseed oil varnished. over a year later itContinue reading “Pressure treated railing finished with Linseed oil varnish!”

Old windows rejuvenated with Allback Organic linseed oil paint!

I started to redo the windows on this beautiful, early 1900s row house in NW Washington, D.C. using chemical-free, organic Allback linseed oil paint and products! The windows are in rough shape with most of the old paint and glazing coming. The wood is very dried out – something the raw linseed oil can help reverse whenContinue reading “Old windows rejuvenated with Allback Organic linseed oil paint!”

Refinishing decks with pine tar and raw linseed oil is a supier way to preserve your deck using chemical-free products that were meant for wood. No need to power wash, which puts too much water into the wood and ultimately damages when finished with acrylic products that trap the moisture inside, creating mold and rot. My method is to first clean the deck with linseed oil soap, then apply the raw linseed oil and pine tar mixture. One coat is usually one coat is enough. This works best when the deck has not been previously painted or stained prior. Light sanding may be required to allow the products to fully penetrate into wood.