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    Product Description

    100% Natural Cutting Board Cleaning Soap Made using traditional soap making methods that gently cleans and maintains the natural properties of wooden cutting board and butcher blocks.

    Natural + Food Grade Liquid Soap Unlike detergent based soaps, this soap is formulated with 100% natural plant-based oils that are gentle on the cast iron’s seasoning. A moisturizing + conditioning soap that is gentle enough to be used on your hands.

    Eliminates Odours Removes odours that can build up on the surfaces of cutting boards and butcher blocks. Unlike most advice on the internet, it's a good idea to clean + wash your cutting boards with soap from time to time.

    Enhanced With Essential OilsLightly scented with a proprietary blend of lemongrass and rosemary essential oils.

    IDEAL FOR:  Wooden cutting boards, wooden butcher blocks, bamboo kitchenware, wooden kitchen utensils, wooden salad bowls.

    SIZE:  236ml / 8oz

    INGREDIENTS:  Water, saponified vegetable oil, proprietary blend of pure essential oils.

    Free of sulfates, phosphates, parabens + petrochemicals. Vegan. Non-GMO. Gluten-Free. Cruelty-Free.

    USE:  Apply a teaspoon of soap and clean with hot water; dry with a clean cloth. For best results, apply CARON & DOUCET Cutting Board Oil to hydrate wood, follow with Cutting Board Wax to create a waterproof protective finish.

    END OF LIFE:  Separate + wash packaging for recycle.

    Ethically made in Canada.

    Available in store


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