Recommended by Soapstone Professionals
" Simply the Best "
After many years of testing and research, Garden State Soapstone developed simply the best, natural and organic soapstone wax and soapstone oil.
" The Original" soapstone wax & " The Original " soapstone oil is all natural and organic. Our soapstone wax & soapstone oil accelerates and enhances the natural beauty of soapstone.
- Eliminates the need for frequent oiling
- A completely food-safe blend of natural oils and waxes including: Grapeseed Oil, Safflower Oil, Elderberry Fruit Extract
- Soapstone wax includes Carnauba Wax
- Food grade ingredients, safe for food preparation surfaces
- Eco friendly 100% natural
- Our Soapstone Wax and Soapstone Oil eliminates soapstone countertop maintenance
- Our soapstone wax & soapstone oil permanately darkens soapstone
How to Apply
With a clean, soft cloth, apply " The Original " soapstone wax & soapstone oil in a circular motion to the entire countertop. With a second, clean, soft cloth, buff the entire countertop until it feels dry to the touch.
Use " The Original " soapstone wax & oil as often as you like to refresh, maintain, and protect your soapstone countertops. " The Original " soapstone wax & oil enhances the beauty of soapstone's natural patina.
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"I had to write to tell you how amazed I am with your soapstone wax.First, let me say that my background is in architectural and interiordesign, so I am very picky and meticulous. I moved into a new home and decided again to install soapstone countertops. I love soapstone and had countertops, walls and even the floor(the floors were never treated) in my old home's kitchen. I was usinglinseed oil, but trying to keep it looking clean and unblemished wassuch pain. I was oiling the countertops about once week; sometimesmore. Even a spot of water would leave a stain. Still, I thoughtsoapstone to be worth the extra maintenance. So, I tried another brandof soapstone wax and although it was easy to apply, it proved to be nobetter than linseed oil. When moving into my new home (a 1910 arts and crafts in Bryn Mawr), Irenovated the kitchen and decided on using soapstone again, but I wasalso regretting the constant maintenance. Then I came upon yoursoapstone wax video on YouTube. I decided to give it a shot in placeof the oil. Well, first of all, it does take effort to apply theinitial application as it is a hard wax and I had to work in smallareas at a time; it took awhile. In fact, in the beginning I thoughtI had made a mistake, but I did persevered and used your wax on allthe countertops then allowed them to dry and hand buffed them.WOW!!!! What difference! Forget linseed oil or any other soapstonewax! Here's what I learned about your product: 1: First of all, the soapstone takes on such a beautiful, rich sheen,no "wet" oily areas (tell me if that's not an ugly sight). In fact,the stone looks so uniform and rich that many professionals in thetrade swore that I installed honed black marble. 2: It feels natural and smooth. 3: Most important: Your wax is so durable! Anything that sits on thecounters--water, oil--anything-just wipes off leaving not a singleblemish. In fact, in the beginning I was like a dictator telling mygirlfriend to immediately wipe off any water thoroughly as I fearedfor those damn water spots. (Although even wiping water immediately onoiled soapstone just leaves smears.) Last week I had my walls tiled; I'm sure you're well aware the messinstalling tiles on a wall makes. After the tile was installed, Iwaited the next day to wipe off the dried thin-set and grout from thestone, figuring that I would have to wash down the tops and reapplythe wax. You can imagine my amazement! All that mess hardly made ablemishI In fact, I'm not sure if you know this, but even siliconleaves a blemish on oiled stone. I discovered this when one time Itried using silicon mats next to my sinks to protect the stone fromwater spots. Surprisingly it was like the silicon absorbed the oil,leaving the area almost bare. It was so effected that I used thesematts just once and stored them away. With your wax, these siliconmatts leave no marks at all. Whats more, I waxed the counters againafter the mess from tiling, not because they needed it, I justcouldn't believe they never lightened or left hardly a blemish--allthey truly needed was just a bit of touch up hare and there. Summation: Though the initial application takes a bit of effort, theresults are far more that worth it! I cannot believe how beautifuland how well your soapstone wax protects and maintains a luxuriouslook and feel. I have been telling everyone about your productincluding my countertop fabricator, contractors, tile installers,architects and interior designers. Please! Never change your formula! Your wax is worth every penny; noifs, ands, or buts!" Sincerely,-John V.
"Jay, I love the wax! It has made me fall in love with my soapstone counters again (I've had them for about 6 years)! I waxed them immediately after getting the product in the mail. I haven't waxed them since and they still look great. No more splotchy oil marks (even after wiping them with a paper towel) and oil transfer to what ever I set on the counter, and the color is consistent even aroung the sink despite the water splashes. Love it!!! Thank you for making such a great product."
- Gina M.
"Love the oil! A while back, after I ran out of what Jay gave us, I tried to order it and it was back ordered, so I tried someone else's product. There was NO comparison! I don't know how there can be such a big difference with such simple ingredients, but there is. Our beautiful soapstone countertops look rejuvinated and happy!"
-Janet & Robert