Where can i find linseed oil in Hyd, india?

#1 Jul 17th, 2006, 17:08
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Can anyone answer please?
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Hi

Actually what is linseed oil and what is it used for?
#3 Jul 17th, 2006, 17:32
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linseedoil = flaxoil
#4 Jul 18th, 2006, 10:47
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Annette

Linseed in Hindi is called Alsi, so you can ask for Alsi ka tel meaning linseed oil. First ask the local grocery store if they can get it for you or find out where is the bulk market and get some from there.
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I'm curious about the OP's handle. if he's a resident of hyd and hates traelling, what's he doing on Indiamike?
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thats exactly what i wondered too..maybe he/she hates travelling without linseed oil
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yah maybe if someone had given him linseed oil right where he was, he'd never have travelled (to hyd?)
#8 Jul 18th, 2006, 15:38
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Heck... I probably do less travelling than the vast majority of IMers!

Wouldn't say I hate it, but I am fond of staying at home.

We've got all kinds of oil in the house. Coconut, Eucolyptus, Gingelly (whatever that is, Mrs N puts it in the mixture of oils she puts on her her), scented puja oil, as well as the normal cooking stuff cooking.

And, just to show that woffle has its uses, I've realised the answer to the OP's question!

At an Artists' Supply Shop (it is used by oil painters) or possibly even a decorator's supply shop.

Let's just hoper Hyderabad has such a shop not too far from IHT's home
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I remember seeing some at Health & Glow shops. Imported, american, expensive.

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