He had linseed oil by the barrel or smaller quantity, boiled oil, nut oil, turpentine oil and turpentine varnish.
The substitute is found in four varieties of nut oil, the result of a sweet and clean vegetable growth.
nut oil, is at first greenish coloured, but becomes pale yellow by time.
"Olive oil is quite as good as nut oil," said Vauquelin, who was not listening to Birotteau.
Train oil or nut oil is frequently substituted for the castor oil.
In his researches, he discovered the use of linseed and nut oil, which he found most siccative.
The enormous value of linseed oil and nut oil as a vehicle was apparent as soon as it was discovered in Holland.
The ink used in this kind of printing is made of a carbonaceous substance, called Frankfort black, and linseed or nut oil.
This nut oil is so very useful to machinery that the naval steam cruisers on the coast have adopted it.
It is easy to procure those which are prepared with nut oil, and which are sold in little bladders to be employed upon palettes.