Salad Bowl Finish

Bark to Blade handcrafted these beautiful wooden servers and sealed them with GF Salad Bowl Finish.      

"This is a piece of Spalted Flamed Box Elder Burl that I turned over the Spring of 2016. This is a very rare piece of local Colorado wood. I call it my Mostly Natural Edge Bowl because while i was creating this piece i pushed it off axis to cut only part of the rim cut flat.

The bowl I made was made from Box Elder Burl which can be soft in spots so I used GF's clear sanding sealer first to harden up the grain, I then did my final pass with the gouge to clean up the surface of any...

"This maple bowl is sitting on the log it was cut from. Pretty cool seeing the before and after in the same photo. Maple bowl, 8 inches in diameter and 4 inches deep. Finished with General Finishes - Salad Bowl Finish." - Scott's Mini Workshop

This piece was entered into the Wood Turning category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"This is a natural edge bowl turned from red elm burl. Although natural edge bowls can be hard on the knuckles to turn I enjoy turning this type of bowl. This bowl is 17 inches across and 4 inches deep." - Chris Worley

This piece was entered into the Wood Turning category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"Another wood I love working with, box elder always turns out so beautiful. This hollow form is 9 inches tall and 8 inches across. The lid was turned out of maple and painted black with high gloss paint." - Chris Worley

This piece was entered into the Wood Turning category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"This is my first segmented piece that I turned 2 yrs ago. It is 13 inches tall and 6 inches across it also had a twist top lid. Took a lot of trial and error on cutting the segments to get it to the finished piece that is shown. Many many coats of salad bowl finish and lots of sanding but I am very proud of this piece." - Chris Worley

Chris entered this piece into the Wood Turning category of the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"This is the first bowl I dyed. It is maple burl dyed with blue food coloring. The markings and patterns on this bowl are amazing and all done by mother nature. This bowl is 11 inches across the top and 5 inches deep." - Chris Worley

This piece was entered into the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest in the Wood Turning category

"This is one of my favorite woods to work with. Love the coloring in ambrosia maple. This bowl is 14 inches across the top and 6 inches deep." - Chris Worley

Chris entered this piece into the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"This is a bowl turned by my 11yr old daughter Shelby with a little help from me. It is a Maple bowl with mahogany stain on the outside and carvings around he outside.The lines around the bowl were carved using old guitar string.She really enjoys woodworking but loves when it's time to sand the piece the best." - Chris Worley

Chris entered this breath-taking piece into the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"This is a Magnoila hollow form it is 12 inches tall 8 inches wide. The spirals are hand carved and sanded. I found this piece of wood on the side of the road but I knew I could make a beautiful piece out of it. It got its name "Hornets Nest from our neighbor that's what he thought it looked like." - Chris Worley

Chris entered this piece into the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"This piece is a Maple burl that I found near my home. After playing around with colors it was dyed with red food coloring sealed deft sanding sealer finished with several coats of GF Salad bowl finish. The finial is turned out of maple and was painted black. This piece was 12 inches tall and 5 inches across." - Chris Worley

Chris entered this awesome piece into the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest

"My daughter made this bowl in shop class, sealed w salad bowl finish, what a wonderful Mother's Day gift!" - Andrea Doyen-Patterson

This piece was entered in the 2016 GF Design Challenge Contest and won "Best Junior" in the Wood Turning Category

"This box elder bowl had so much color in it ,was absolutely gorgeous no picture could ever do it justice . This bowl is 12 inches across and 7 inches deep." - Chris Worley

Chris entered this into the 2016 Design Challenge Contest and won the "Best Bowl" in the Wood Turning category.

Cheese-lover "Cheeseheads" will love to slice their cheese on this matching serving board! Lumberjack Luke used Salad Bowl Finish for this awesome piece.

He explains, "I polished this up not too long ago for a custom order. Bloodwood and what turned out to be Birdseye maple (originally thought it was plain ol' maple, but after sanding and planing down, it turned out to have hidden secrets). Wonderful character in the grains and GF's Salad Bowl Finish really brought out the colors of...

BorkWood used GF Salad Bowl Finishes on these beautiful handcrafted serving trays.   GF Salad Bowl Finish is our heavy duty oil and urethane oil based topcoat, which produces a beautiful hand rubbed quality finish. Create a beautiful and safe finish on wooden bowls, cups, spoons, decorative wood countertops or other wood surfaces that contact food.    
Rocky Top Timber of Mount Juliet, TN created this hand turned Black Walnut bowl and finished it with General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish. Beautiful!

Gorgeous Maple and Purple Heart striped serving boards custom made and sealed in our Salad Bowl Finish by Jameson Elam! Create a beautiful and safe finish on wooden bowls, cups, spoons, decorative wood countertops or other wood surfaces that make contact with food using our Salad Bowl Finish & Butcher Block Oil. You can find Salad Bowl Finish, along with your favorite GF products, at Woodcraft, RockIer Woodworking stores or Wood Essence in Canada. You can also use your zip code to find a...

RCDC Services created these imaginative wine and cheese cutting/serving boards with Bloodwood and Bird's Eye Maple. They used General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish to seal in all their beauty. In the first picture you can see the difference between 1 coat of Salad Bowl Finish and the unfinished board. RCDC Services says the trick was to dilute the first few coats with mineral spirits to help the Salad Bowl Finish soak into the wood and leave the final coats at full strength. The craftsmanship...

Jason of Bedre Woodworking built this organ and sealed it with Enduro-Var Top Coat.
These beautiful chopping blocks were sealed with General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish. For actively used butcher block counter tops that are used for chopping and cutting, we only recommend using GF's Butcher Block Oil.
This beautiful dish set was sealed with General Finishes Salad Bowl Finish.