Linseed Oil


Linseed Oil -

Is produced from flaxseed by crushing and pressing. It is amber in color and of a peculiar, rather disagreeable, odor and taste. It is sold mainly by weight, seven and a half pounds being reckoned to a gallon, and is used in the manufacture of paint and varnish, linoleum, patent leather, printing inks, etc. The CAKE from which the oil has been expressed is commercially known specifically as OIL-CAKE (which see).


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