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TotalBoat Wood Honey is a non-toxic, food-safe finishing oil that enhances the natural beauty and wood grain for all types of hard and soft wood species. It's ideal for woodworkers, woodturners, and makers because it puts a beautiful, low-sheen finish on DIY wood furniture, serving boards, cutting boards, butcher block tops, table tops, bar tops, counter tops, bowls, knife handles, pens and more. This special blend of oil and wax brings out the wood grain immediately upon application. The finish will become deeper and richer with multiple coats. It's easy to use - just wipe it on, wait, wipe it off, and repeat till the luster and grain is to your liking!
Available in an 8 oz. bottle and a 16 oz. bottle.
|Product Specifications||TotalBoat Wood Honey|
|Application Temperature||50-95°F, 0-90% RH|
|Application Method||Clean rag or Scotch-Brite pad (ultra-fine ONLY)|
|Recommended Number of Coats||2 (on bare wood); 1-2 (maintenance coats)|
|Pot Life||2-4 hours|
|Cure Time||5-7 days, for full use|
|Maximum Useful Temperature||140-150°F (185-190°F, for very brief periods)|
|Coverage||80-100 first coat, 100-125 second coat -This will vary by wood species, and does not account for any material that is wasted in the application process|
|Cleanup||Absorb any spillage with a rag, and clean up with a detergent soap and water|
Rags, Scotch-Brite pads, or waste materials soaked with TotalBoat Wood Honey may spontaneously catch fire if discarded improperly. Immediately after use, place rags, steel wool, or waste in a sealed, water-filled metal container.
NOTE: TotalBoat Wood Honey does not contain any nut oils. However, we can not guarantee from the manufacturer that it has not been processed in a facility that does not also process other potential allergens. In addition, the wax material is proprietary, but does not contain wax from soy, bees, or paraffin.
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February 16, 2023
Excellent finish very good luck.
February 10, 2023
Applied this product to a charcuterie board I just made. Went on nice and easy and finish turned superb
October 27, 2022
I know the standard for products that come in contact with wood is mineral oil, but I wanted more of a finish on the wood. So I tested out Wood Honey. Two coats and it is good to go. A drying oil is what I was looking for. I would suggest changing the packaging, it looks too much like a Honey bottle, little kids cannot read, all they will see is the bear and a yellow liquid inside.
September 14, 2022
People who have seen the wood honey finish love the satin finish.Your bottle has the word honey on it. From ingredients paper work I received no Honey in it. It is in a bear container which is well known to have Honey in it..If I had children in my home it would have to be locked up because they would surely drink it .I use it no gloves and it fells get good on my skin I do not wear gloves.. if I had a butcher block I would use your wood honey instead of Butcher clock finish . Will I but more Yes. Will I tell my customers yes.. But I will also tell them there is no Honey in it
June 21, 2022
Used this product on a batch of cutting/serving boards. Gives a nice finish. A little bit goes a long way.
December 17, 2021
Pro's Decent smell, easy to use, buffs to a semi gloss sheen. Brings out the wood natural wood grain without staining the wood a different color. Only con The bottle needs a tip like an actual honey bottle. Current cap spills to much down the side of the bottle making a mess and wasting product.
November 16, 2021
Adds a lovely warm tone to my cutting boards and small projects. It's super easy to apply/buff and leaves a perfect matte sheen on your project for that natural wood grain look/feel.
November 15, 2021
Even a monkey could apply it and get sparkling results!
November 13, 2021
I'm using this for my cutting boards and love it! Does not leave an oily residue like most oils!
November 11, 2021
Goes on smoothly and leaves a beautiful sheen.
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