DrHillymyboy

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  1. I'm a first-time novice at this, but my intention is to use the BLO to protect the sealed wood from drying out too much and crumbling. I'm assuming (perhaps wrongly?) that ultra-dry wood is as bad as rotted wood.
  2. The issue is how long after the BLO has been applied (to pine) can an oil-based stain/dye and polyurethane sealer be applied? It's exceedingly difficult to find related info. The answers I've seen claim that a sealer can be applied a few hours after the last layer of BLO has been rubbed off. Others say one must wait 30-45 days after the last layer of BLO has been rubbed off in order for the BLO to be cured. Which is it?