FOOD GRADE QUALITY BUTCHER BLOCK OIL
Finding a great butcher block oil may not be the first thing on your to-do list when you’re fitting your dream kitchen or replacing an old cutting board, but perhaps it should be. How you choose to finish your work-in-progress could have a major impact on how you cook, clean, and live for years to come.
The answer to safe surfaces your entire family can enjoy? Real Milk Paint has the best butcher block oil and is your most natural option to protect and rejuvenate your wooden kitchen surfaces.
WHAT OIL SHOULD I USE ON BUTCHER BLOCK?
Why is your choice in butcher block oil so important? Simple: Your countertops and cutting boards can take a beating. From vigorously kneading some homemade pizza dough to breaking down a slab of wild-caught salmon to chopping enough veggies for several batches of your signature minestrone soup, your daily cook-and-clean routine is anything but gentle. You need a work surface that can withstand the culinary onslaught and welcome repeated wipe downs as well.
You could opt for the cold, contemporary look of stainless steel or spring for granite, stone or tile, but the warmth of wood is undeniable. There’s something homey about using natural materials in the most trafficked room in your home. The trick? Keeping that look intact no matter how many sugar cookies you roll out and cut over the holidays.
For protecting and enhancing your butcher’s block, wooden countertops, kitchen island, cutting boards, and wooden dishes, salad bowls and utensils, our butcher block oil is durable and will not wear.
All of the Oil’s listed below are recommended and safe to use on your butcher’s block!