I use a beeswax product for my woodwork, it does not grease, does not get rancid and is very easy to use. It gives the wood a fine patina, protects woodwork and does not smell of chemistry. The price for 1l is about $ 30.
Your offer is very friendly, thank you very much. But, I even have bees in my garden which gives me the most delicious honey and lovely beeswax.
(amazing how many LB friends there are with bees - nice)
The olive oil is an old world recipe. I come from a Greek & Italian bloodline and mineral oil/paraffin wax was frowned upon as it’s petroleum based. The elders always said if you can not drink it you should not put it on your cutting boards now matter who tells you it’s OK to do so.
All the elders n my family lived long lives so I am sure they did a few things right.
Beekeepers wear white beekeeping suits because white is the least attractive to an angry Honey Bee. Honey Bees become angry when they feel threatened and animals that are a threat to the hive are not white. For many centuries the bear was a big threat, and now that color is imprinted in the Honey Bee’s DNA.
Honey Bees pretty much ignore the color white and are much less likely to become agitated with a beekeeper as they are servicing their beehive.
White beekeeping suits are also much cooler than any other color choice and that will make a huge difference when you are out mid-day working with your bees.