[Ansteorra] Advice for keeping wooden feast gear.

Leofric Ealdricson lealdricson at hotmail.com
Thu May 22 19:22:42 PDT 2003

If the dishes do not have a hard varnish coating, the best thing to use
after each washing is a food grade mineral oil.  You can find this at your
drug store.  Look in the laxative section and find mineral oil laxative.
This will condition the wood and keep it from cracking.  This can also be
used on goblets as well as knives and wooden cutting boards.  Just wipe it
on with a paper towel after the dishes have been washed, towel dried, and
allowed to air dry completely.

Hope this helps.

Master Leofric Ealdricson
Loch Soilleir

>From: Tressa <tressarhiannon at yahoo.com>
>Reply-To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org
>To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [Ansteorra] Advice for keeping wooden feast gear.
>Date: Thu, 22 May 2003 08:00:18 -0700 (PDT)
>Greetings to all,
>I recently have come across a problem with my first
>set of wooden feast gear.  Two of my bowls have dried
>out and cracked.  I was told this was because when I
>washed it I didn't condition it afterwards.
>My question is:  What do I use to condition wooden
>plates, tankards and things that will be used for
>Any tips will be greatly appreciated,
>Ldy. Tressa de Crauford
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