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  • Monika
    Monika New Lenox, IL
    on Jun 21, 2013

    DON'T DO THIS! YOUR WOOD WILL GO RANCID BECAUSE YOU'RE USING A FOOD PRODUCT ON YOUR FURNITURE NOT TO MENTION ATTRACT BUGS!

  • Kris Cole
    Kris Cole Saint Francis, MN
    on Jun 22, 2013

    You are not very bright Monika. First of all, oil is used on wood all the time. Secondly, vinegar is one of the best cleaners for natural wood. Please post facts, not hyperbole, thanks.

    • Kris Cole
      Kris Cole Saint Francis, MN
      on Nov 6, 2014

      @Marion Nesbitt When someone comes on a post I put up, and in ALL CAPS, starts throwing out things that I know not to be true, I don't consider them bright, or polite Marion. I speak my mind when someone does something like that. If you feel offended, please realize that people come in all shapes and sizes, and I try hard to be courteous. But not when someone is immediately argumentative. Best wishes to you and yours.

  • Kris Cole
    Kris Cole Saint Francis, MN
    on Jun 22, 2013

    http://www.homediystuff.com/diy-wood-oil-sealing-and-protection-naturally/ Please read. And BTW, it is NOT all over the internet. Now if it would be ok with you, I would like to you stop commenting on my posts, because you are incorrect. This works beautifully, and for six month my wood has looked gorgeous, no ants, and not rancid. Thanks....

  • Sharon Reed
    Sharon Reed Columbus, OH
    on Jun 24, 2013

    I searched the net but could only find positive reviews regarding the use of canola oil and vinegar so I think I will give it a shot.

  • Kris Cole
    Kris Cole Saint Francis, MN
    on Jun 24, 2013

    It works wonderfully...

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