It looks fine to me.
I definitely did put a coat of Bore Oil before I applied it. Now I realize it's not as bad as it look right after i wiped the BLO but I have another guitar with a beautiful Indian Rosewood which this is also but it ain't looking like it lolmineral oil is a waste of time, it doesn't seal or moisturize
I hope you moisturized the fretboard BEFORE you put the linseed oil on it, and I hope you were careful to avoid spontaneous combustio
I concur but I would have to get a grip of my OCD. the rosewood didn't match and like most bright Ideas I have things were better off without them lolYou know the more I think about it the more fretboard care is a bit overblown imo- usually by those trying to sell me their product, lol. Whatever I use "a little goes a long way"
I wouldnt sweat it. A bit too much will wear off (or can be taken off) . On the plus side it does appear to have darkened the board.I concur but I would have to get a grip of my OCD. the rosewood didn't match and like most bright Ideas I have things were better off without them lol
All three are mineral oil. The first and the last have scents added to them, but they're all mineral oil. True lemon oil is much harder to find and probably not good for guitars anyway.Ive used lemon oil, mineral oil and even baby oil in a pinch, lol!