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You can use a water seal product like Thompson's if you want. I prefer to simply oil the wood with olive oil or linseed oil and protect the wood for rain with a cover.
without a doubt , olive wood is more elaborate , the best grain on olive wood comes from the root of the tree .
Yes, the olive tree produces a hard and strong wood. Olive wood is used for a wide variety of applications. Olive wood is used to make smoking pipes, musical instruments, and even the stock of guns.
It's a greyish green, like the ripe fruit of that name.
When your patio furniture is made of wood you need to take special care for the unit. Because quality wood gets degraded along with the time passes due to harsh weather conditions. To protect the same you need to take extra care for the same by covering with plastic sheet or by painting the unit.
It can be considered an adjective when used to indicate a color (olive skin), or something made from olive tree wood. Olive as a noun can refer to the color, the tree, or the fruit of the olive tree.
Ways to take care of your skin daily are: use sunscreen, clean your skin, and drink water.
Why do you assume it was Olive wood? Neither the Bible, nor any other historlical document from those times, gives the merest hint of what wood the cross was made from. It is unlikely that it was Olive wood anyway - Olive trees are small and would not be sufficiently large to produce even an upright let alone a crossbeam. Most likely the wood used was Cedar ( the Cedar of Lebanon was a common tree there) or any number of large trees that produced timber of sufficient strength and size to make the production of a cross from it a possibility.
Olive wood is used in the creation of bowls, serving utensils, carving and sculpture, craft beads, cutting boards, serving trays, and as decorative pieces of art.