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This is our staple product. The Warren family has been making kitchen balm for generations, and this specific mixture for over 10 years. We use it on just about everything.
A wax-heavy version of our Kitchen Balm that's ideal for stainless steel or applying a quick coating on wood. The Finishing Stick works best in conjunction with our Kitchen Balm.
Sustainability is the main concern with every decision we make at Warren's Wax; and we mean EVERY decision. From the initial choice to begin selling our family's traditional Food-Safe Kitchen Balm, to the results we are hoping to achieve (which is to protect and extend the life of your cutting boards, knives, and other items).
We use beeswax as the base to our products because, simply put, beeswax provides too many natural benefits to not use. It is antibacterial, edible, safe and beneficial for skin, it doesn't go rancid, it is a great sealant to keep moisture in and air out, and it smells like honey. What more could you ask for?
White mineral oil is a food-grade oil / lubricant that is tasteless, odorless, and colorless. It is FDA approved and authorized by the USDA for use in food processing. Similar to beeswax, this oil does not support bacterial growth; making it the perfect oil to use on any surface or tool used in the kitchen.
Made from pure American beeswax and food-safe white mineral oil.
Naturally repels moisture and bacteria.
Designed for use in the kitchen, but works great on many items outside the kitchen, such as furniture and leather.
We use the same food-safe ingredients in both products, but that doesn't mean they achieve the same result.
The Finishing Stick is designed for use in conjuction with our Kitchen Balm. Use the Finishing Stick to add a thick layer of wax that provides heavy duty protection with a finished-quality appearance.
Quickly & easily apply the Finishing Stick just before using your cutting surface for added protection. Or, use it directly on your knife. It also reduces cleanup time afterwards!
For best results, the surface should be free of dirt and grease.
Apply a generous coat of balm to entire surface. For the initial coat, you want the balm to be thick enough that is looks pasty.
For your first coat, it is recommended to let the balm soak in for about 24 hours. For subsequent coats, the wait time will be less. Then wipe off the excess balm and buff out. Reapply as needed.