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- Regular care -

It is common to soak a cloth in dry oil such as linseed oil, walnut oil, or perilla oil and wipe it off. Olive oil is fine, but I don't recommend it because it doesn't dry, as the name suggests. Also, even with the above-mentioned drying oil, drying is slow, and the dishes will feel oily for a while.


Therefore, my recommendation is!

[Oyama Lumber Beeswax Cream for Woodworking 10g]

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You can buy it in small quantities, and since it's creamy, you can easily maintain it when you need it.

Since it contains beeswax, it has water repellency unlike oil only, so I think it's good for tableware maintenance.

however! ! According to the manufacturer, it's just a paint, and it's difficult to mention safety due to incorrect usage and other factors (allergic reactions, etc.), so it's okay to use it for tableware! clearly statedHe said he couldn't. However, the materials are all natural and passed the test for paints for children's toys. For that reason, I use it as my judgment and recommend it, but if you are worried, it may be best to use the above-mentioned linseed oil or walnut oil for regular maintenance.

"how to use"

1, Hagile cloth (cotton material such as T-shirts, not towel cloth)Scoop out the beeswax and apply it to a wooden plate.

2. Leave it to dry and then wipe it off. The time is 30 minutes by the manufacturer, but I'm 5 minutes wLeave to dry. (Leaving it alone is an image of allowing the oil to penetrate.)

3, Let it dry.Drying time depends on the season and environment, so it cannot be said unconditionally, but it refers to the state when stickiness is gone. I usually start using it after 24 hours, but if it's still sticky, wipe it off with a dry cloth., let it dry a little more.

It's that simple.


Finally, soak the oil-soaked cloth in water.Wet and dispose of.

This is the oilIt gives off heat when it dries, so if you throw it away in a trash can, it may catch fire.

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