These wood oils are suitable for use on wooden doors, with different oils better suited to different types of wood.
Teak oil is mainly used to treat unsealed wood, especially hardwoods such as alder and poplar, common types of wood used for doors. It provides a water resistant finish, giving a satin to matt finish. Teak oil is not suitable for oak.
Linseed oil is suitable for almost all types of wood including oak and retains the natural moisture content of wood while providing protection. Linseed oil has a very slow drying time as it hardens when exposed to air. Boiled linseed oil is raw linseed oil blended with driers which improve its drying time. Boiled linseed oil is not suitable for use on oak doors.