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Chefknivestogo Wood Conditioner
Chefknivestogo Wood Conditioner
Chefknivestogo Wood Conditioner

Chefknivestogo Wood Conditioner

Item #: 4oz

Average Customer Rating:
(5 out of 5 based on 10 reviews)

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Our Price: $7.95
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Chefknivestogo Wood Conditioner is a food safe mix of bees wax and mineral oil that we use for several purposes at the office and at our home. It's great for cutting boards and we also use it for wooden handles to keep them in good condition. We also use it to finish sayas. It only takes a small amount. Rub it on your unfinished wood and then wipe it off with a clean rag. Also works well on salad bowls, rolling pins and wooden utensils. Made from the finest food grade mineral oil and double refined beeswax. Comes in a 4 ounce container.
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5  Wonerful product!, May 8, 2017
Posted By: James Zukowski - verified customer

Been using this an various handles and works like a charm! Excellent volume of product and can't beat the price point. thanks Mark!

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5  nice product, December 14, 2016
Posted By: Kendall Phillips - verified customer

You get a lot for the price and a little bit goes a long way. Very nice product

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5  Restaurant Owner, September 24, 2016
Posted By: Joongkwang Choi - verified customer
3 people found this review helpful

Good.

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4  Okey a job boch, August 16, 2016
Posted By: Greg Pirsoul - verified customer
3 people found this review helpful

Love the way it slices through sausage and beef for a hearty soup.

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5  very sturdy, lots of uses!, July 11, 2016
Posted By: Carol T.
3 people found this review helpful

I have bought several bottles of this, and gone through a couple of them already. I used it for unfinished knife handles when I had knives with unfinished handles, and now use it for my cutting board and for the unfinished top of my work cart. The finish lasts through several washes of surfaces. I have also used it to seal handles, and it lasted great there, too.

One tip for making spreading easier: Put it in the microwave! Lot less effort to apply that way!


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5  Love it!, July 7, 2016
Posted By: Brian M (GopherBroke)
3 people found this review helpful

This is a great product, and well worth the cost.

I also use it on wood knife handles, wooden spoos, cutting boards, and as a hand moisturizer. It seems to protect my cutting board very well; juices and liquids bead up on the surface and wipe right off.

I also like the fact that it is a little thicker than many of the other brand "board butters" I've seen.
Great value!


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5  Good Stuff, June 20, 2016
Posted By: Isaiah Schroeder
5 people found this review helpful

This wood conditioner is now what I use on all the handles I make. I love the smell of it, it's like honey butter! Almost want to eat it! I've also used it on many carbon steel blades during handle installs and haven't noticed any reactivity at all. Definitely use this on both your natural and stabilized wood handles to bring out the chatoyancy of the wood and keep them looking shiny and fresh.

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5  I'm glad I bought this , June 16, 2016
Posted By: Ben
4 people found this review helpful

The handle on one of my knives was looking at bit lackluster, I put just a dab of this on it and it looks just like it did when I bought it.

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5  A little bit goes a long way, February 10, 2016
Posted By: Jesse
3 people found this review helpful

I bought this around Christmas, put it on a couple cutting boards & sayas. It made a huge difference. Without it I would bet money the dry air in my apartment would have turned them into something that resembles kindling more than a cutting board.

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5  Better butter, December 20, 2015
Posted By: Msauce
3 people found this review helpful

Great way to finish off my cutting board and sayas. I am curious as to whether or not it's safe for knives or if it's reactive,. Kind of a silly question, but I don't know and if rather be sure instead of messing up my pretty, expensive knives. Say for whatever reason a small glob got on my knife without me knowing and it stayed there for a few days. Should I worry?

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