Why is there such strong resistance in the paint business to using linseed oil paints, and why have these paints earned such a bad reputation in the last 40 years?
Can I paint with linseed oil paint on unknown surfaces?
How can I most easily find out what type of paint has been used previously?
Is it true that linseed oil paint does not bind as well on planed panels?
Is it only with linseed oil paints that blisters and wrinkles arise?
Is it difficult to paint with linseed oil paints?
Does it matter what kind of brush I use?
Will the white paint yellow?
Can I paint an outdoor wall with linseed oil paint directly in sunlight?
Is it true that linseed oil paints contain lead white and are poisonous?
Will linseed oil paints be damaged by impurities in the air and acid precipitation?
Many people would like to use linseed oil paints both in and outdoors, but complain that the paint dries so slowly. What should I bear in mind?
Why does the surface of linseed oil paints go matte?
When is the paint dry?
Some good advice to house-owners!