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    Boardwax / Handlewax Sale

    I needed some boardwax for myself but it's not something that I can just do for one jar so I made up a big batch and decided to sell the extras. I'm offering them here only (not available in our store).


    100% Pure Beeswax & Food Grade Mineral Oil Mix
    This "cutting board & knife handle wax" is a custom blend of 100% pure beeswax (purchased from local Amish folks here in PA) and food grade mineral oil. It's made by us so we know exactly what's in the mix - no additives - just beeswax and mineral oil.








    Uses
    Wood cutting boards/butcher blocks, wood bowls, wooden utensils, knife blocks, wood knife racks, & knife handles. This wax works especially well on Japanese ho wood handles and sayas. It pulls the dirt out while leaving behind a protective barrier.


    To use, spread a liberal amount onto wood surface and allow to set in for 5 - 10 minutes. Buff off excess with a clean soft cloth/rag. Repeat once a week for cutting boards. Mixture can be warmed (if desired) in the microwave (remove metal lid first though) to help spread easier and to absorb into the wood better.


    Comes packaged in a "wide mouth" glass canning jar.


    Sizes & Costs
    There are two sizes available, 8oz & 16oz


    8oz - $9.00
    16oz - $17.00




    Purchasing
    To purchase, shoot me a PM along with your Paypal email address & zip code (or country if outside the US) and I'll reply by sending you a Paypal invoice.

    USPS Priority shipping will be used as the carrier.


    Limited quantity available!

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    PS - for those of you who have purchased this from us in the past, this batch is going to be a smoother easier to apply formulation (like that fancy word, eh?). I've been tweaking the recipe over time and now have what I feel is a good blend going on that provides good protection while being easy to apply.

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    For those of you who are curious about this stuff let me assure you that it works great, especially on handles. Unless you're a turtle or some other long-lived creature one jar will probably last you a lifetime too.

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    Thanks for the vote of confidence Norm.

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    There's only a couple of each size left at this point.

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    All jars of boardwax have been sold so his sale is officially closed!

    Thanks everyone!

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    Dang, just missed out..

    How often do you put these jars up for sale? I'd definitely be interested in acquiring a 8oz jar!



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    -Nick

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonka1 View Post
    Dang, just missed out..

    How often do you put these jars up for sale? I'd definitely be interested in acquiring a 8oz jar!



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    -Nick

    About every other year.

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    DANG! Well, I'll save my $9 now, for when this becomes available in the year 2015. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wonka1 View Post
    DANG! Well, I'll save my $9 now, for when this becomes available in the year 2015. Lol

    hahaha

    I'll make some more sooner than later.

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