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
Prepare your meals, store your accessories and add professional styling to your kitchen with the 60" D Galvanized Steel Bakers Tables by John Boos. Whether youre a pro chef or a working mom, these incredible work stations are the ideal place to perform a ton of food prep tasks. Each table includes a 2-1/4 thick hard maple top in and Oil finish, perfect for slicing meats and chopping vegetables. Combine this handsome top with a super sturdy, 16-gauge pre-galvanized steel frame. Constructed from 1-1/2 thick square tubing (1-5/8 on the legs) these frames boast 6 or 8 legs, bracings and come in a Satin finish. Each frame and top combo measures 60 D x 38 H and comes in multiple available widths. Shipped via Truck and easy to assemble, these rock solid work tables make a great addition to both residential and commercial kitchens.
Good afternoon. I think I can tell from the photo of this product that the table is constructed of boards running with the grain. Can you please tell me what "Edge Grain Construction" actually means? Thanks so much! - Asked about product JB-SBO-G11-BKSC35O
The BKSC baker's tops are actually blended construction, not full length rails, but still have the grain of the wood running long ways/ horizontally. Blended construction just has different size rails instead of full length. You can read a description of both End grain and Edge grain here: http://www.kitchensource.com/kau/welcomebutcher.htm.
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