1/3/2015 0 Comments
Mineral Oil and/or Bees Wax
Just a reminder to all wooden cutting board owners to remember to apply a coat of mineral oil to your clean and dry board. That way you maintain your cutting board's ability to prevent bacteria absorption into the inner fibers of the board. This should be done whenever you see dry spots in the board or every month or two.
I put a heavy coat of mineral oil on my board and then after leaving it to dry for a day or two, I then apply a thin coat of Clapham's Mineral Oil/Bees Wax mixture to give the board a great sheen and smell. Mineral Oil is inexpensive and can be purchased at your local pharmacy.
Remember to wash your board only by hand and dry it promptly. That way the cutting board should out live us all!
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Here's a video I made that is a time lapse of the Maple Trojan sign that I carved. Enjoy!
Happy New Year from my family to you and yours.
1/1/2015 0 Comments
Biggest project of 2014!
I forgot to post progress photos of the Okanagan Farms Signs that I was commissioned to do last year. So here's some photos of the process. I hope your New Year's Eve festivities were awesome regardless of what you did!
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