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How to Treat Real Wood Worktop Surfaces: A Nutshell Guide

4 Responses to “How to Treat Real Wood Worktop Surfaces: A Nutshell Guide”

  1. Good evening

    Could you give us guide prices of your work tops in two and three metre lengths

    Regards

  2. Hello Mark and Jacqui,

    Thank you for getting in touch – the exact prices of all of our worktops are available on the website. If you use the menus at the top or side of the page to select the work surface you would like, when you scroll down the individual prices are listed underneath the product descriptions. Should you prefer, our sales team are available on 0345 22 22 644 if you would like to get in touch with them.

    Kind regards,

    Stephanie @ Worktop Express.

  3. Hi

    I’m looking for a new worktop, in a previous house I had a solid Walnut worktop with Danish oil on in.

    I’m temped to buy the same again for my new house, however it was a little sticky even after it had dried fully (i.e. you couldn’t leave a envelope, or carrier bag on it for a week)

    I’ve been in other houses with solid wood worktops and not noticed the stickyness.

    Is the stickiness common and how would I avoid it.

    Thanks
    Ian

  4. Hi Ian,

    Thank you for getting in touch – a solid walnut worktop is an excellent choice for your new home.

    As standard, all DIY worktops from Worktop Express® are provided unfinished, but if you choose to make use of our fabrication service, your worktops will have been sanded to an incredibly smooth finish and coated with commercial-grade HABiol oil on the top, bottom and edges of your worktop.

    It is suggested that you regularly re-apply oil to the worktop during the first 6 weeks after worktop installation. After this period, you should then re-oil your worktop every 3 months to ensure the surface remains resilient and hydrophobic.

    Stickiness isn’t a common problem when using Rustins Danish Oil so it may be a case of overuse.

    To find out more about keeping worktops clean, read our How to Clean Wooden Worktops Nutshell Guide http://www.worktop-express.co.uk/information_guides/clean-hardwood-worktops-worktop-express-nutshell-guide

    Many Thanks,
    Adrian @Worktop Express

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