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Depends on what your final purpose is.
If it's to preserve them (i.e. waterproof them) you might want to try boiled linseed oil instead. It's more persistent although it takes a bit of time to penetrate fully.
Immediately, keep the car out of the sun. Linseed oil will harden in the sun and heat. Wash the screen using cotton cloth with a drop of white spirit and then methylated spirits.Clean the wiper blades the same way. Dry and polish the screen with a clean dry cloth. The same for the wiper blades. Repeat if necessary. Dont soak anything. These solvents are flammable.
you should not use linseed oil or any other oil on granite countertops unless the desired look is a darker stone. The oil may not penetrate depending on the color and density. Linseed oils are generally only for soapstone.
The most common reason for this is a build up of dirt and debris. Remove it from the pushchair and clean it regularly to prevent this from happening. Clean with furniture polish or dry Teflon spray (found in the laundry aisle of larger supermarkets) Do not clean with oil based lubricants as these will leave a sticky residue and attract more dirt and debris and cause additional issues.
I'm not sure why you need to use a solution w/ linseed oil. But the cartridge is not designed for oil based printing. It's original use is for water based dye inks. So any oil based or oil mixed product will eventually clog the jet sooner or later. Since you are printing w/ this I can only guess you are planning to coat the surface of the paper. There is another chemical that might be available w/ one of your ink manufacturers that is used to refill some Epson cartridges that they use to do a kind of gloss coating on paper. Using a printer to spot coat an area is possible. But most people just roller brush the whole sheet. It's faster than using the inkjet printer.