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Primer varnish and Prime Oil


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Primed varnish is a kind of  oil varnish diluted in turpentine,  used to enhance the depth of reflection of the wood.  Could anyone tell me what's the ratio (by weight or by volume) between the oil varnish and the turpentine.  It is said that the diluted varnish in turpentine is very weak, no residue will left on the wood surface.

 

Prime oil is prepared with turpentine and several drops of linseed oil.  I want to know the rough quantity relationship between the two ingredients.

 

Both have the same functions ,which is better?

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