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Old 10-11-2014, 06:19 PM   #1
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A tip after you winterize husband and I make and sell cutting boards and all sorts of other functional wooden items. So here is my tip. When you're winterizing and putting your camper to bed for the winter months, don't neglect your wooden cutting boards! Treat them with mineral oil, or butcher block oil, or cutting board conditioner. They're more able to handle changes in temperature and humidity if you keep them treated. And don't neglect your wooden spoons, spatulas, knife handles, etc . ALL wooden ware needs to be treated to make it last. And at the same time, treat any cast iron you have in your camper to make sure it doesn't rust during the off season. Our last trip of the season ends tomorrow. We're very sad. ...
2012 Rockwood 8293RKSS
2006 Dodge Ram 2500 5.9L Cummins Turbodiesel 4x4; 2012 Ford Escape 4x4. 3 very pampered cats.
Days camped: 2011: 61; 2012: 66 Days; 2013: 69;2014: 68 2015: 90 Days camped 2016: 34
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