Before applying the Miss Mustard Seed’s Hemp Oil, I sanded it down as there were bits of concrete splashed along the sides.
Here’s where I got up to on the video:
Hemp Oil – Rejuvenate Old Wood
And here it is drinking up that Hemp Oil. I applied it with a brush. You can use a rag or lint free cloth, but my surface was fairly rough so I used an old paint brush. You can see I also applied it to the metal rims giving them a nice coating of protection too.
One or two days later …
A couple of days later, the hemp oil had pretty much soaked into the wood on the barrel, and so I gave her a little photo shoot in our outdoor courtyard.I love the beautiful wood grain in this photo with the logo imprint: Time to kick back and sip some Lime Tea on our new drinks table.
Check out some of my other posts below, where I’ve used Hemp Oil to make a difference PLUS, did you know that you can use Hemp Oil over Milk Paint or Chalk Paint as a finish, OR that you can use Hemp oil as a “resist” between layers of paint! So many great ways of using it.
Using a Wax Puck or Hemp Oil as a Resist – between layers of Paint.
IKEA Storage Box Hack – Using Hemp Oil as a Resist for a Farmhouse Look.
More About Hemp Oil and Where you can Purchase it in Australia.
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