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Mike Haasl wrote:Oh, gotcha.  In those cases, it's much easier on the folks approving the BBs if you save the pictures till the end and then post them all in one shot.  Otherwise we get confused and have to ask awkward questions.  And if your second batch of photos ends up a few pages later in the thread, it's a pain to find them all.  Thanks!!!



Ok I’ll make sure to do that! Thanks for letting me know :)
 
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Never knew this was needed. So now was the first time I oiled them.


My wooden kitchen utensils before oiling


Yes, I have some real walnut oil from Salland (a region here in the Netherlands). Thought it was for salad dressings, but I can use it for oiling the kitchen utensils too


Oiling using a rag  made of an old T-shirt (see in other thread)


All oiled and well
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I used coconut oil.

Great project for moisturizing dry hands as well.
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Oiling a spoon
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Hey, somebody carved these wooden spoons that need to be oiled...

I used walnut oil, also good for dry hands.
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After, this wood never looked so good!
After, this wood never looked so good!
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I used olive oil.  
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