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    I've just got some csl. It smells strongly of linseed oil (putty). Does this seem right ? Never used the stuff before so nothing to compare it with.
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    not sure that that sounds right. the best csl's I've used had a kind of boozy/fermented type of aroma.
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    Linseed oil smells very strong and has a distinct smell of its own. CSL I felt was far more subtle and smells more like corn oil, that may sound silly obvious but get a bottle of corn oil from the super market.

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