Care of your wooden blockers and tools
Your blockers and tools have been handcrafted with lots of care and attention. They have been treated with a minimum of 2 coats of outdoor polyurethane, and all edges have also been treated with a finishing wax. However, they are not indestructible and should have preventative care. As they are made out of wood, with time and use some areas of roughness may develop. A light sanding with very fine sand paper and reapplication of one of these, or a similar product, should be all that is needed.
Clean with a damp cloth if necessary.
It is recommended that they not be stored near heat sources, or in direct sunlight. I also recommend that they, the edges especially, be periodically treated with a finishing wax, such as you would use on your wooden floors and furniture, to preserve and protect. Beeswax also works very well. With proper care, your blockers should last for many years. They can be used to damp block your items.
These are what we use and recommend...