Revitalise your timber kitchen items with our Kitchen Timber Oil and Wax
What you'll need
Preparation is key
- First, we need to clean. Wash the timber chopping board with mild dish soap and warm water. Leave it to dry completely.
- Remove any deep cuts, scratches, or stains on the chopping board by using 80-grit sandpaper. Hold the board securely and sand the surface in the direction of the grain, applying even pressure. Once the surface is smooth and even, switch to 120-grit sandpaper for a finer finish.
- After sanding, wipe away the dust using a clean, damp cloth.
Revitalise with oil
- Using a clean cloth, apply Feast Watson Kitchen Timber Oil liberally over the chopping board. Set the chopping board aside for an hour before wiping away any excess oil. Wait 24 hours before applying a second coat, and leave for another 24 hours to dry.
Wax for a satin finish
- For a satin finish, apply a coat of Feast Watson Kitchen Timber Wax with a soft cloth, moving in a circular motion. Allow the wax to penetrate for 15 minutes before wiping off any excess.
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