Refurbishing a Cedar Swing?

Our cedar swing looks old. What is the best way to make it look new again?

By D Phillip

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November 14, 20130 found this helpful

Sand the rough spots, then 'paint' it with linseed oil. You'll need multiple coats of the oil and it will be beautiful. Linseed oil also protects from rain. Remember to give it another coat each year. If it's exposed to the sun it will eventually darken and look even better!

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