One of my roommates picked up an unfinished wood stepstool, and in the past month and change it had begun to show some wear and oxidize a bit and generally just not look awesome. So, since I didn't have much else planned for today, I gave it a quick burnish with 0000-grade steel wool, and then gave it a first coat of tung oil.
And then, since I figured why stop there, I pulled the neck off my UV for its more-or-less annual reapplication of tung oil.
Wood just looks so much more awesome with a good tung oil finish than it does bare.
And it's stupid easy to apply. The Formbys I use (which is polymer based) looks and works like a varnish, but I can apply it with a SOCK and it comes out smooth. Certainly can't do that with Spar Varnish or Poly and have it come out decent.