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Model BBC012

Howard - Wax Conditioner Block Butcher 12 oz

$9.99

Butcher Block Conditioner is specialized care for butcher blocks, cutting boards, wooden bowls and utensils. The penetrating quality of the food grade mineral oil, in combination with the water...

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Butcher Block Conditioner is specialized care for butcher blocks, cutting boards, wooden bowls and utensils. The penetrating quality of the food grade mineral oil, in combination with the water resistant traits of beeswax and carnauba wax, rejuvenates the wood, helping to prevent drying and cracking while the naturally antibacterial waxes help seal and repair knife marks.

Features:

• Stabilized with vitamin E

• Ideal for all wood that contact foods

• Revitalizes, prevents drying and cracking

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