Advice on Wooden Product Care

How to care for a wooden cutting board and wooden tools.

Whereas the regular washing is your day-to-day upkeep, this process will revitalize your board and keep it well maintained so you can use it for years to come.

The care regimen for your board only requires mineral oil or board cream.
Once you’ve acquired both, that would be even great for wooden products.
it’s time to get to work. 



Here’s the step-by-step.

After you’ve hand-washed your board and let it dry, apply a generous layer of food-grade mineral oil to the sides, top, bottom, and any groove, grip, or handle.

Mineral oil is colorless, odorless, and relatively lightweight. It’s commonly used on wooden kitchen tools and salad bowls as well as butcher block countertops because, unlike vegetable oil or olive oil, this petroleum-based oil won’t turn rancid, enveloping your wooden board in a fishy smells.

You don’t need pour alot of of oil on your board, just enough to cover the wood with an even coat. The natural wooden products needs hydration of mineral oil.
Let the cutting board oil soak into the wood for at least 1 hours.
Leave it on its edge to dry just like before. You can search to purchase "Beewax" / "Foodgrade Mineral Oil".

Advice on Natural Woodenware Care

Recommends the following habits for the daily use.
  • Wash after each use.
  • Do not leave to soak in water or place in the dishwasher.
  • Dry cloth to wipe off the water.
  • Condition with mineral oil every 4-6 weeks
  • Never leave wooden product at wet or dry place.