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Howard Products BBB012 Cutting Board Oil, 12 oz
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- Cutting Board Oil is a deep penetrating 100% Pure USP Food Grade Mineral Oil that is tasteless, odorless, colorless, and will never go rancid
- Cutting Board Oil rejuvenates dry wood, including: cutting boards, butcher blocks, countertops, wooden bowls and utensils
- Deeply penetrates into wood pores, bringing out the rich natural wood color and helps prevent drying and cracking
- Cutting Board Oil is perfect for the initial “oiling” or “seasoning” of cutting boards and butcher blocks
- Made in USA with strict quality controls – No contact with nuts, gluten or other potentially allergenic materials
- Exceeds the requirement set forth in the U.S. FDA regulations for direct and indirect food contact
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Howard Cutting Board Oil
Howard Cutting Board Oil is made with clear, odorless, food-grade mineral oil. The penetrating quality of food-grade mineral oil brings out the depth of grain in wood and helps prevent drying and cracking. Cutting Board Oil is perfect for the initial 'oiling' or 'seasoning' of cutting boards and butcher blocks.
The mineral oil used in Cutting Board Oil is from virgin mineral oils and has no contact with nuts or gluten either in production, storage, or transport.
- Cutting Board Oil is a deep penetrating Food Grade Mineral Oil
- Tasteless, odorless, colorless, and will never go rancid
- Rejuvenates dry wood, including: cutting boards, butcher blocks, countertops, bowls & utensils
- Thin viscosity allows for deep penetration into the wood pores that brings out rich wood color
- Perfect for the initial 'oiling' or 'seasoning' of cutting boards & butcher blocks
- Made in USA with strict quality controls
|Cutting Board Oil||Butcher Block Conditioner||Cutting Board Cleaner||Wax-It-All|
|More From Howard Products||Pure USP Food Grade Mineral Oil that is tasteless, odorless, colorless, & won’t go rancid. Perfect for the initial oiling or seasoning of cutting boards & butcher blocks. For more protection, follow up with Butcher Block Conditioner or Wax-It-All.||Food-grade mineral oil along with the water-resistant traits of beeswax & carnauba wax helps protect wood surfaces more than oil alone. For best results, season wood with Howard Cutting Board Oil prior to conditioning with Butcher Block Conditioner.||Specially designed to clean wood cutting boards. No harsh chemicals that can weaken wood fibers. Ideal for cleaning and preparing wood surfaces before using Butcher Block Conditioner, Cutting Board Oil, or Wax-It-All.||Food-grade paste wax helps shine and protect wood surfaces, concrete, stainless steel, granite, marble, soapstone, slate, & laminate. Helps add more protection to wood cutting boards and butcher blocks after using Howard’s other food-grade products.|
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Howard Cutting Board Oil contains food grade mineral oil stabilized with Vitamin E. Our Cutting Board Oil meets FDA requirements for food contact surfaces, and is safe for all food preparation surfaces. It is tasteless, and will never go rancid. This product is perfect for seasoning cutting boards, butcher blocks and wooden utensils. Meets all requirements for USP Light Mineral Oil, National Formulary (NF), FDA 21 CFR 172.878 and 21 DFR 178.3620 (a) for direct and indirect contact with food.
From the Manufacturer
Howard Butcher Block and Cutting Board Oil contains food grade mineral oil stabilized with Vitamin E. Our Butcher Block and Cutting Board Oil meets FDA requirements for food contact surfaces, and is safe for all food preparation surfaces. It is tasteless, and will never go rancid. This product is perfec for seasoning cutting boards, butcher blocks and wooden utensils. Meets all requirements for USP Light Mineral Oil, National Formulary (NF), FDA 21 CFR 172.878 and 21 DFR 178.3620 (a) for direct and indirect contact with food.
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It does need to be reapplied occasionally, but that's to be expected with any wood oil. After the initial coat, I added a little beeswax for durability.
I highly recommend this oil, although I admit I have nothing to compare it all. All I know is that it works beautifully.
-- Debbie Lee Wesselmann
Side note: Kids got into the oil paint. They had it all over their faces, hands and bodies. Wife put them in the bathtub and tried scrubbing it off with soap. Couldn't get it off. It was actually scary. So, I googled, remove oil paint from skin. Found out that mineral oil is the secret! Put a little bit of this stuff on a paper towel and like magic, I began to lightly run off all of the paint. Phew!
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I think this is a good product but have never used anything else to compare it to. Would say give it a try as results have been very good for me considering the Butcher Block is old.
Yes .... would reccomend this product.
I'm trying four applications, with a 30+ minute rest period between each application. I'll let it rest overnight and then do the "underside" which I'll use for vegetables. (My cutting board has an interesting edge so I know which side is which.)
When applying, it's easy to clean off my counter with just dish soap.
I'm using surprisingly little! I guess I'll have plenty left over for the future (it doesn't expire).
I'm impressed enough that I'll have to check out the cutting board cleaner this same company sells (on amazon).
***edit more than a year later, a question about it prompted me to. For some reason i wasn't able to reply to Sylvain. It works like stain in a way, it acts to repel water, it will make the wood you're oiling darker in its natural colour, and shinier so to speak. If you're oiling something like an axe handle use double boiled linseed. The price right now is way too high. I bet my hardware store has it for $10 or less. Circumstance will prevail. Works great on an end grain cutting board. I bet I oiled it 10 times, and each time needed to oil it less frequently. haven't oiled in a while it the board is nice and dark. Be sure to oil the bottom and sides equally, even if you don't use the other side, if you don't the board can still warp and crack. Still got some from original bottle left, end grain board is doing well. Don't clean the board with much soap if any. Don't cut garlic on it unless you really like it cause it will smell. Just sayin.
- The wobble of the smaller board was nearly fixed after 24 hours of soak in.
- The colour of the board darkened which I liked a lot, but depending on your preferences, could be a pro or con.
- Extremely oily to the touch even after wasting a bunch of paper trying to remove the excess oil... Which seemed to absorb and then leak back out. It got on my counter top, hands and food.
I'd recommend this for maybe a porous wood with untreated surfaces and using another product to seal in that oil. But in the world of cooking, this seems like step one (oil) of a two step procedure (sealing the oil in). Would recommend with reservation.