Do you have any picture of final product? Also how many layers are you applying? I read it should be 4.I use it. It seals the wood, darkens it and brings out the grain. Tung oil is also good.
No, go online to Woodcraft.com, they sell some food safe oil, or use vegetable oil, corn oil, possibly walnut oil as well.And I have also one question about use of this Danish oil. Before starting Armed Virginia Sloop model I carved out of wood some dishes and spoons. Can I use this oil on that wood products even when I intend eat from or with them?
Most current thinking regarding finishes and food safety is that a finish that cures, especially by polymerization like Danish oil, is food safe when COMPLETELY cured. This can take days, even weeks depending on the oil it is based on. These types of finishes become bonded to the wood and themselves and become essentially inert.
You know, that in the USA it is possible to go to court, when you got f.e. scalded by the coffee at McDonald - and you get billions of US$ as a compensation.Why do you think I would drink it?
Does this coffee-thing refer to Starbucks too? Then next time as I go to the States I will go into Starbucks, ask for a coffee and spill it on myself - I would not drink it anyhow, because it is sh.t ...You know, that in the USA it is possible to go to court, when you got f.e. scalded by the coffee at McDonald - and you get billions of US$ as a compensation.
Or not putting the cat into the Micro-wave - I do not know how much the ex-cat-owner got
-> therefore the friends from the US are very careful
Sorry for the joke
just messing with youWhy do you think I would drink it?