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Hi Friends,

I just put together a short post and video sharing my process for tending to wooden tool handles.

Nothing fancy here, but I thought it might be helpful to any beginners out there.

You can read the text version here.



I'm curious if your process is similar or how it differs?

 
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A couple of replies in this other thread, I grinned to see you had started that one too!

https://permies.com/t/53568/Oil-Wood-Tool-Handles

I have little experience with it, was going to use some walnut oil I recently picked up.
 
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I think walnut oil would work just fine, might be a bit expensive though?

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