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CCL stock conditioning oil ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Scott srs, Oct 5, 2014.

  1. Scott srs

    Scott srs Well-Known Member

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    Bought my self a bottle of ccl is it any good and what's the best way to use it .
    i have a hw100 with a walnut stock it has a lovely grain and was hoping this stuff would bring it out is there a better way ? . Thanks in advance Scott .
     
  2. Meteor62

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    I believe Geordie the forum stock maker uses it.
     
  3. Nickg

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    I have used it to good effect on a walnut warren Edwards stock, but would not use it on my HW 100, its more like a varnish than an oil, so it dries glossy, it does fill grain very well, but if you want it matt, you need to either rub down with four zeros wire wool when dry, or apply the last coat before the previous is fully dry for satin.
     
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    I certainly do.:D

    It's good stuff! You should be able to apply it to your factory finished walnut stock quite easily. Just give it a good wipe down with meths first. Any rough areas should need no more than a quick flash with 800 grit wet n dry paper.

    Just follow the instructions that came with kit and you won't go far wrong. There's no way to cheat if your after a good finish. One coat every twenty four hours until you get your desired finish.

    You wont get a gloss finish with CCL, just a nice satin lustre. Wipe it down thoroughly between coats with a clean cloth, because any residue left on will go tacky over night and you'll need to get it off before the next coat with meths or wet n dry if it's too much for the meths to remove.

    You only want to put enough oil on to get a film of it all over the timber, you don't want the wood swimming in the stuff! Just a few drops per area applied with your hands.

    Any probs, I'll be glad to help out, just PM me.

    Good luck:)
     
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    I think your confusing CCL with something else Nick. It's nothing like a varnish and it certainly doesn't dry glossy:confused::confused::confused: Sounds like your describing Tru Oil to me;)
     
  6. Scott srs

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    Thanks Geordie , I applied a coat as instructions yesterday and another today and it certanlay is bringing the grain out
    I have given my walnut r10 a go aswell very impressed with ccl oil I will post some pics when ia'm happy with the Finnish
    thanks scott:up:
     
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    Looking forward to seeing your before and after pics of the HW... Looking to do the same to mine
     
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    Sorry about that its Tru oil that I used , senior moment:confused:
     

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