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Many brands of boiled linseed oil now contain so little catalyst that they might as well be raw linseed oil.
 
Many brands of boiled linseed oil now contain so little catalyst that they might as well be raw linseed oil.
  
Japan drier: This is mixture of one or more catalysts with a solvent. Cobalt lineate, lead, manganese, iron and zinc catalysts may be used. There is no single recipe.
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;Japan drier: This is mixture of one or more catalysts with a solvent. Cobalt lineate, lead, manganese, iron and zinc catalysts may be used. There is no single recipe. These catalysts speed polymerization and hardening of the oil.
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;MTO: Mineral Turpentine Oil, a thinner
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;BLO: Boiled Linseed Oil
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;DBLO: Double Boiled Linseed Oil

Revision as of 15:37, 29 March 2013

Boiled Linseed Oil - BLO

Many brands of boiled linseed oil now contain so little catalyst that they might as well be raw linseed oil.

Japan drier
This is mixture of one or more catalysts with a solvent. Cobalt lineate, lead, manganese, iron and zinc catalysts may be used. There is no single recipe. These catalysts speed polymerization and hardening of the oil.
MTO
Mineral Turpentine Oil, a thinner
BLO
Boiled Linseed Oil
DBLO
Double Boiled Linseed Oil