241758 241758 Watco

Rust-Oleum Watco Butcher Block Oil & Finish

Product Code: 241758

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Rs. 1,420.00 Rs. 1,280.00 1,280.00

WATCOs specially formulated Butcher Oil & Finish which allows for easy and safe maintenance of wooden butcher blocks, cutting boards, salad bowls, and other items which require food safe finish.

NOTE: It is not allowed to send this item through air mode. Surface mode is enabled for the same. Thus, shipping will be done through surface.

Features of Butcher Block Oil

  • FDA-complaint, safe for food contact.
  • Easy, wipe-on application.
  • More durable than traditional butcher block oils.

How to Apply Watco Butcher Block Oil & Finish

Surface preparation

Prepare bare wood for finishing by sanding in the direction of the grain. Begin with 150 grit sandpaper and progress though 180 and 220 grits. Before applying oil, remove all sanding dust and dirt with a vacuum.


Watco Butcher Block Oil & Finish is a ready-to-use product. Do not thin. Use only at room temperature. Mix material thoroughly before application. Stir occasionally during use. Apply with a soft, clean cloth. Allow 6 hours dry time before re-coating. Prior to recoating, lightly scuff sand with 400 grit sandpaper. Allow 72 hours prior to normal use. Hand wash surface prior to contact with food. DO NOT WASH IN DISHWASHER. If desired, use additional coats to build a finish. Do not apply over other finishes. When used on objects with small openings, such as canisters, proper drying may be inhibited when applied on interior surface.

Properties of Watco Oil Butcher Block

Brand Watco
Manufacturer Rust-Oleum
Resin Type Tung Oil Alkyd
Pigment Type None
Solvents Mineral Spirits
Weight 473 ml
Volatile Organic Compounds <580 g/l (4.8 lbs./gal.)
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
(DFT) per Coat
Dry Times at 70°F
(21°C) and 50% RH
2 hours to Touch
6 hours to Re-Coat
72 hours to Normal Use
Shelf Life 3 years
Flash Point 105°F (40°C)
Safety Information For additional information, see MSDS
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