The Real Milk Paint Company | Soapstone Sealer & Wood Wax

An all-natural, non-fading, protector of soapstone and wood. Great for slate, stone, wood, concrete and recycled paper composite counter tops.
Available in the following size: 8 oz

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Price: $23.99
Product ID: rmpww


Soapstone Sealer and Wood Wax

Available in 8 oz.

An all-natural, non-fading, protector of soapstone and wood. Great for slate, stone, wood, concrete and paper composite countertops. Any countertop that does not have a glossy or polished finish. Also works great on wood bowls, kitchen items and cutting boards.

Soapstone Sealer is an all-natural, earth-friendly product that can be used on soapstone and other similar materials, as well as wooden food contact items. It provides a low luster wood finish on soapstone without the continuous reapplication that is required with mineral oil.

Soapstone Sealer and Wood Wax from The Real Milk Paint Company is made from food grade Walnut Oil and T 1 Carnauba Wax Flakes. There are no solvents added which means no VOCs (volatile organic chemicals) or added fragrances. It's made with food-contact safe material so that it's safe for food to touch or lay on the surface without fear of contamination.

Walnut oil is a drying oil. As the walnut oil takes in oxygen it will polymerize or cure. This is why walnut oil does not go rancid. It will cure before it can spoil.

Soapstone Sealer is made from all natural products and is not a petroleum product like mineral oil. Mineral oil, also known as liquid petrolatum, is a byproduct in the distillation of petroleum to produce gasoline. Mineral oil is a non-drying oil, which means that it doesn't evaporate, and can be picked up and transferred around the house. This is how it disappears off the soapstone and why repeated reapplication of mineral oil is often necessary.


  • 8 oz. covers 100 sq. ft.


  1. Rub Soapstone Sealer thinly in a circular motion over the surface with a soft cloth (try the inside of an old sock). Reapply the wax onto the sock as needed.
  2. Let the Soapstone Sealer soak into the surface for a minimum of 15 minutes, but no longer than 30 minutes.
  3. Wipe off all excess wax from your surface with a lint free cloth, or an old t-shirt. Do not leave a thick layer of wax on the surface. Removing excess wax is key to the application. Good pressure might be required to remove excess wax/oil from the surface.
  4. Let the wax sit overnight. If the surface looks splotchy or uneven the next day, apply another coat using the same steps (1-4) as before.
  5. Let the Soapstone Sealer cure for 5-7 days before use. Keep standing water off the surface for this period of time at a minimum. Full cure will occur between 10 – 15 days and after this period can be used to its fullest capacity. This product cures through air exchange so, it's important to keep objects, such as bowls, serving dishes, appliances, etc off the surface to allow airflow.
  6. After the full curing period (10 – 15 days) you can clean the surface with mild soap (general dish soap works well) and water. Avoid acids (such as vinegar) or other harsh cleaners.
  7. Soapstone Sealer will wear over time in areas of hard use. Reapply in worn areas using the steps outlined above (steps 1 – 3). Areas that do not get used hard may and usually do not need reapplication of the product for many years.

For Soapstone Sinks Basins

Soapstone sinks basins require a longer curing period and in general more maintenance. We highly encourage allowing the soapstone to be applied as outlined above (steps 1 – 6) and ensuring that it is given its full curing period of 10 – 15 days before use.

Video Tutorial: How to Apply Soapstone Sealer

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