Planki 1L Combo


Planki 1L Combo consists of 1L Planki Wax & 1L Planki Oil & 1L Planki Leather Conditioner. We have all your favourite wood and leather items covered with this combo.


Planki 1L Combo consisting of Planki Wax, Oil and leather conditioner. It is a combined popular preservative for wooden cutting boards, salad bowls, and utensils. Leather conditioner reinvigorates leather with necessary natural oils, refreshing its appearance and making it look smooth and hydrated. As well as preserving your genuine leather items lifespan.

Advantages Of Planki Oil and Planki Wax Finish.

Easy to apply.
Planki 1L Combo is easy to apply and does not require time or effort to yield desired results.

Environmentally friendly.
Adding Planki Wax to indoor or outdoor furniture is the more environmentally friendly way to finish surfaces.

Planki 1L Combo is economical. Due to the fact it requires no chemical additives and leaves a durable coating.

Planki 1L Combo protect surfaces from water damage. In other words, Planki products finish is moderately water-resistant.

Safely ingestible.
Planki Wax is food-safe, so you can safely ingest it. Therefore, it’s a great choice for wooden utensils, and majority of wooden cutting boards.

Wooden Items & Butcher Blocks

Our oil is used for treating and preserving wooden butcher block counter tops.

Clay Items
Oil creates a wear effect on new clay poker chips. The chips are placed in Planki Oil for a short time, or the Planki Oil is applied to each chip then rubbed off. This assists to remove chalky residue left over from manufacture. Consequently this improves the look and feel of the chips.

The principal fuel in some types of gel-type scented candles is Planki Oil.

Useful for polishing alabaster in stonework.

Tools which use an open bearing use Planki Oil to lubricate and clean pocket knives or food handling.

What Are the Benefits of Leather Conditioner?

Conditioning leather is beneficial for many reasons:

Keeps leather looking great.
Conditioning reinvigorates leather with necessary natural oils, refreshing its appearance and making it look smooth and hydrated.
Improves leather’s durability.
Once your leather has cracked, there’s not much you can do to mend it back together seamlessly. Therefore conditioning your leather will keep it supple and flexible, avoiding those damaging cracks.
Adds a layer of protection.
Conditioning your leather can give it a mild layer of protection against water damage or stains.

How to Condition Leather

Clean Your Leather

First Remove straps or accessories. Remove any accessories so that you can easily condition the nooks and crannies of the leather.
Then Clean the leather. While using a damp cloth (a microfiber cloth is best), wipe down the entire surface of the leather to remove build-up of dirt or grime.
Lastly Allow the leather to dry overnight. Let the leather rest in a dry place overnight.

Condition Your Leather

Test a small spot with the Leather Conditioner. Apply a small amount using a clean cloth and allow it to sit for an hour. Due to the moisturizing process conditioned leather will look darker.
Condition the leather. Apply a dime-sized amount of Leather Conditioner to a soft cloth (microfiber is best but not necessary). Thereafter, begin rubbing the clean leather in circular motions with the cloth. Cover the entire surface of the leather to ensure even distribution of the conditioner. 
Allow the leather to rest. After applying Leather Conditioner, allow your leather to air-dry overnight.
Wipe away any conditioning residue. Lastly, after the leather has rested, use a clean, dry cloth to wipe away any residue the conditioner may have left behind.