JWS Makes: Breadboard Butter


In this video I share with you the recipe and method I use to make my durable and easy to use breadboard butter.

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21 Comments

  1. You didn’t make any mention of the orange oil which your other video has.

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  2. Thanks Jord !

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  3. Very cool tip!

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  4. It’s durable? Must be some emergent property of the combined ingredients since neither mineral oil nor wax are durable separately. How long does it last on a cutting board in regular use?

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  5. Ace, thanks for this vid

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  6. Thanks for an awesome tip Jord! That’s a great blend of penetration and surface coating in one. It would also be great for those surface that we know will get heavy use (work benches, chisle handles, etc.) and all we want is a simple finish that can be quickly and easily recoated as need.Have you tried using it to coat metal surfaces for rust protection (e.g. table saw tables, plane soles, etc.)?

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  7. When applying the “butter” does it soak into the wood better if you warm up the item a bit or do you find room temperature works well enough?

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  8. Looks really simple, so I guess I have no excuse left not to try this. I already have a supply of beeswax, now I need to get myself some food safe mineral oil. Thanks for sharing, Jord!

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  9. what about the orange oil?

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  10. Great video, thanks Jord!

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  11. thanks

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  12. Cheers for that advice

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  13. PARAFFIN OIL (MINERAL OIL) IS FORBIDDEN from 01.08.2008 to apply, where it can be connected with food. It’s harmful for human healthUSE TUNGA OIL OR LINEN OIL!!!!

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  14. Hi mate, just one question how long will it last or stay useable? Thanks for the vid!!

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  15. Top tip, thanks Jord! I’ve been buying wax that has those same two ingredients & it never occurred to me to buy the ingredients & mix it myself, it’s gotta be cheaper that way.

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  16. great video…gonna try this for sure

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  17. yey ty

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  18. Great teaching techniques!!! So vivid that makes me want to learn moreā€¦ My
    savior for Phys!!!

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  19. I bet it cost like $200, but your so lucky!

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  20. Can you mix the beeswax with a Danish oil for a work bench?

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