Product care


Mineral oil, coconut oil and beeswax. This finish protects, waterproofs and nourishes the wood. Completely food-grade, won't crack or rust, maintaining a long-lasting finish

Yakisugi is an ancient Japanese technique that is used to preserve wood, it is burned, brushed to remove carbon and burned again. Finally it is hydrated with oil. Burning gives it a very special and unique color and appearance.



Apply mineral oil

The pieces require minimal maintenance if they are to be kept in their best condition. It is enough to apply a little oil after a few years; if the pieces are used as kitchen utensils, care and maintenance will have to be more frequent.

Apply at night and dry the excess in the morning with a cloth.

DO NOT USE vegetable or olive oils, as they can become rancid, imparting an unpleasant odor and flavor to the items served in your piece.

DO NOT CLEAN in dishwasher and avoid submerging it in water


Wipe with a damp cloth with soap. If you want to keep your piece as close to its original appearance as possible, be sure to protect it from bumps, scuffs and scratches and avoid exposure to liquids and heat.

If you use your item for food, be aware that some may cause stains, for example beets. While these stains will slowly fade or at least blend in over time, if you want to avoid this, it is best to avoid serving those foods that may stain too much.

Sunlight and water

Light can fade or darken the color of some woods over time. This cannot be prevented or reversed, but avoiding exposure to bright light will slow the process.

Contact with water can cause the piece to lose some of its surface shine. If this happens, it's time to give it a coat of Tung oil.

How lazy to have to apply oil

Don't worry, nothing happens if you don't apply it. Most likely, over time the piece will lose shine, but nothing more. If you want to keep it intact like the first day, you will have to apply oil, if not, no. The piece will look equally beautiful but with less shine.

Any questions about maintenance