The Complete Guide to Maintaining Butcher Block Counters.
This site has everything you need https://www.theartofdoingstuff.com/maintaining-butcher-block/
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This link covers everything from dealing with burn marks and knife cuts to refinishing your countertop:
Lightly sand the. Butcher block down to fresh wood then oil it wit linseed oil give a couple of coats let it soak in then wipe off then you are set
I remember my Butcher used to Scrub his. Best wishes.
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Hi Liz, there are lots of butcher block posts here with tutorials and photos:
We give ours a light sanding and a couple of coats of tongue oil when it’s looking dry and scuffed.
Clean and oil down with a good food safe oil. You might need 2-3 applications. I got some for my son in law off Amazon.
Sand down and put some oil on it
You can see how I did it here: https://www.flippingtheflip.com/2020/05/one-fine-saturday-variety-pack.html?m=1 Mostly it’s sanding and resealing, easy to do.