This was made of a double thickness of stout canvas, each thickness being well coated on both sides with two coats of boiled oil.
Glue, melted as above, and mixed with about 1⁄4th of its weight each of boiled oil and red ochre.
Coming to the first jar, he felt the steam of the boiled oil!
The first requires the addition of driers, and hence is generally used under the form of boiled oil.
Brush sheets of paper over with boiled oil, and suspend them on a line till dry.
To nine parts of this add three parts of boiled oil, and one-fifth part of litharge.
He had linseed oil by the barrel or smaller quantity, boiled oil, nut oil, turpentine oil and turpentine varnish.
Linseed-oil, thus prepared, is vended by dealers in paints, under the name of boiled oil.
The resinates of lead and manganese are often added to oil heated at a lower temperature, to obtain a boiled oil of lighter color.
Then it is to be rubbed with boiled oil until sufficiently polished.