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I scrubbed pine floors and then put on a coat of linseed oil. After it dried I did another coat.
Water proof :
When it gets scratched just slap some more oil on.
Mixing the oil 1/2 with turpentine helps the oil soak better into the wood.
Couple of years ago I did a google search about linseed oil and I found some article from 18somehting that said linseed oil floor finish was the best for an orphanage as it was easy and care free for kids to care for.
I love the look of a distressed floor
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