5 oz. Tube - Available in a 3 or 12 Pack
*Combination of natural un-bleached beeswax & mineral oil
*Denser, thicker product than Mystery Oil - penetrates deeply into the grains of the wood, leaves a silky wax barrier and locks moisture in
16 oz. Tube - 3 or 12 Pack; 2 oz. Tube - 10 or 100 Pack
*Mixture of white mineral oil & beeswax
*Thinner product than the cream - more easily absorbed & penetrates more deeply into the grain of the wood to help protect & revitalize
1/2 Pint - 12 per case, 1 Pint - 6 per case, 1 Quart - 4 per case
*Makes repairs and fabrication a foolproof operation
*Can be used to touch-up tables with Varnique or Tuff-Var finish
*Can also be used on oil finish tops to convert them to varnique tops
The Homestead Block by John Boos is a kitchen work table with a traditional butcher block style. The rich Cherry butcher block top has an end grain construction with a Cream finish and creates a striking contrast with the Alabaster base. The hidden utensil drawer and slatted lower shelf offer convenient storage for utensils and larger items. This work table measures 36" W x 24" D x 34" H and is a beautiful addition to any kitchen. Ships via truck.
Great Service, excellent price and superb product by: JR from: Littleton, CO on: December 18, 2014
From start to finish this was what online shopping should be all about. Prior to ordering our John Boos table we had some questions on the product. All questions were promptly, and correctly, answered. Once we placed the order the tracking and delivery went better than expected. It arrived arrived a day early and the coordination with the delivery firm getting the 250 pound box off the truck went perfectly. The best news was the price. We ordered the table in early November and Kitchensource.com was running a cyber week special. We asked if they would honor the price and without hesitation they agreed to match the holiday sale price. While we expect the table to last "forever" (that's how well it is constructed) before we purchase anything else for our kitchen we will look to Kitchensource.com first.