Chopping Board Oil

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Osmo Chopping Board Oil is a food-safe, clear oil-wax. This product has been designed specifically for use on chopping boards and is tough and hard-wearing. It is water repellent and dirt resistant as well as resistant to wine, beer, cola, coffee, tea, fruit juices, milk and water. These types of liquid spillages will tightly bead on the surface without leaving any marks, simply clean by wiping with a cloth.

  • DIN and EN rated for direct contact with food
  • Designed for chopping boards
  • Very durable and hard-wearing – water and chemical resistant

  • Resistant to common liquid spillages such as wine, beer, cola, coffee, tea, fruit juice, milk and water according to DIN 68861-1A
  • Saliva-resistant and sweatproof, suitable for children’s toys
  • Microporous, breathable finish which does not crack, peel or flake
  • Can be spot-repaired and refreshed without sanding
  • Based on renewable raw materials – soybean, sunflower, thistle oil, and carnauba and candelilla wax


Approx. Coverage

24m²/L (258 ft2/L) with one coat

Number of Coats

2 coats

Application Temp.

+5°C to 35°C

Approx. Dry Time



500 mL


  1. Stir product thoroughly before starting
  2. Using an Osmo Brush, Roller, or an Oil Finish Applicator Fleece, work the product thinly and evenly into the wood
  3. Allow 8-10 hours drying time – ensure the space is well ventilated
  4. Apply a second coat in the same way as the first
  5. Clean brushes with Osmo Brush Cleaner and Thinner (benzene-free) or Turpentine

Note: After 2 – 3 weeks, the surface will be fully cured. Applying the product too generously and insufficient ventilation will lead to a delay in drying time.

Only one coat needed for re-application

  1. Stir product thoroughly before starting
  2. Use an Oil Finish Applicator Fleece or lint-free cloth and apply one thin coat to surface
  3. Allow 8-10 hours drying time – ensure the space is well ventilated

WARNING: Cloths saturated with product are a spontaneous combustion hazard and should be left out unfolded until dried, prior to disposal or preferably stored in a proper fireproof con