John Boos Butcher Block Board Cream, 5 oz, Cream
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- Boos Board Cream is designed to replenish the moisture lost over time and from repeated washings
- Ideal for wooden cutting boards, butcher blocks, wood utensils and countertops
- All natural formula of unbleached beeswax and food-grade mineral oil: safe for use on food prep surfaces
- 5 ounce capacity
- Simple to use: spread evenly over desired surface; let cream soak in (preferably overnight, wipe off excess
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I used this on a new bamboo cutting board. It worked great and really soaked in well. But don't plan on using the cutting board for a day or two after you first start treating it. A new board will really soak this up, and you want to err on the side of too much (which you can wipe off) versus too little (which may leave the board insufficiently treated).
My board is 11-3/4" x 15-3/4" x 1-1/2", bamboo, with rubber feet on the bottom. I treated the bottom and side of the board first, leaving a little extra coating on it. Then I placed the board on a layer of paper towels to minimize how much I might have to clean up from my kitchen counter. After I rubbed the cream into the top, I left it to stand overnight. In the morning, I was still able to rub more in. I checked back every couple of hours and rubbed in more. I kept finding a few spots that could absorb more of the cream, so I covered the whole thing again.
Don't wipe it off until you are absolutely sure it can't absorb any more. By then, you'll have very little excess cream, and you'll basically buff it off with the paper towel. Your board will be darker, and look beautiful. You'll want to leave it out on the counter, it will look so good.
I bought two of these creams thinking I would use a whole tube on my brand new cutting board.Read more ›
If you want a link to the oil... John Boos Mystery Oil Butcher Block Oil
I even poured water on top soon after i rubbed off the excess and sure enough the water beaded right off
Another good thing it seems to protect from Fruit stains , We have been cutting a lot of strawberries etc and normally that would stain a cutting board but with the wood cream it doesn't stain at all so far
If you bought a expensive cutting block/board you would be silly not to protect it
The only note to make is that this product is oil and bee's wax. That means it is not NSF approved for use in commercial kitchen. If you need that then you may want to look at the Boos Mystery Oil which is NSF.
Note: I use the Boos oil in between cream treatments for quick wipe-downs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought this with a Boos Block cutting board and had to reorder more. It's excellent at keeping nastiness from seeping into your wooden cutting board if you use it once a week.Published 2 days ago by Amazon Customer
I purchased this as recommended for my very nice john boos maple cutting board. I do believe you need to care for wood, to last a long time. otherwise, don't buy wood. Read morePublished 4 days ago by Mike Smith
This is pretty good stuff. I really like it, nice and thick penetrates well. Better than the plain mineral oil IMO.Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer
My cutting boards look brand new again. This is a great product. I did use it after using the John Boos Mystery (Butcher Block) Oil, as directed. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have a Boos block in Colorado where it is very dry. I use the cream about every month and the block looks great! It is easy to apply and lasts a long time.Published 10 days ago by fiveboys