For a very long time, I've recommended here and on other forums the use of Thompson's Water Seal on oil-finished gunstocks for protection afield from wet conditions. No more. The product I had been using was an older can of the solvent-based version, very thin, clear as water and very distinctive odor. It worked really well.
But I used the last of it recently, and bought a new gallon can of TWS. It doesn't remotely resemble the old product. It's a milky, icky product that has a weird, sticky consistency that cannot be thinned or removed with mineral spirits like the old product, needing acetone-based solvent for thinning or removal from brushes or whatever. I also see they have a more "environmentally friendly" green label product that is probably even worse.