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John Boos Block Board cream is best used as “Step 2” in caring for your cutting board, butcher block, wooden tabletop, countertop or wooden utensils. (“Step 1” is John Boos Mystery Oil, sold separately) After coating the board in John Boos Block Mystery Oil (sold separately on Amazon), allowing it to soak in and wipe off excess, apply this John Boos Block Board cream directly onto the surface of the wood and massage by hand into the grain. For best results, let the cream soak into the wood overnight then remove excess with a paper towel.
John Boos Block Board cream is a thick and silky cream made from natural unbleached beeswax and food grade mineral oil. This all natural formula penetrates deeply into the grains of the wood, leaves a silky wax barrier and locks moisture in. Used every 3-4 weeks, Boos Block Board Cream will replenish the moisture lost from repeated washings, keeping your butcher blocks, cutting boards and wooden utensils from drying, bleaching and cracking. John Boos Board Cream is NSF certified and safe for use on food prep surfaces. Tube contains 5 ounces.
Boos Board Cream is designed to replenish the moisture lost over time and from repeated washings. It is designed to be “Step 2” in caring for wood cutting boards, butcher blocks, bowls, tabletops, countertops or utensils. (“Step 1” is John Boos Mystery Oil, sold separately on Amazon)
This tube has 5 fl oz/148 mL
John Boos Block Board cream is a thick and silky cream made from natural unbleached beeswax and food grade mineral oil. This all natural formula penetrates deeply into the grains of the wood, leaves a silky wax barrier and locks moisture in
Simple to use: spread evenly over desired surface; let cream soak in (preferably overnight, wipe off excess
NSF Certified (National Sanitation Foundation), and safe for use on food preparation surfaces
Proudly Made in the USA
Regular application of Boos Oil and cream provide an additional protective barrier, allowing bacterial fluids to bead up and reduce interaction time with the board. (Mechanical Science and Engineering research Study, 2019, U of Illinois)