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Posted on Cutting boards and bees wax question

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poroskywood

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#1 posted 1481 days ago

Yes, I strongly concur with our friend at dgmwoodworks.com tis the only way. Bee’s wax will liquify at 140 degrees and become one with the mineral oil. I understand if you over heat the mixture you may lose the goodness of the wax. I use a meat thermometer to check the temp.

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