In my new kitchen i am lucky to have Burma teak worktops. They come from the veterany college in Edinburgh when they were dismantling the laboratory benches. The teak was being thrown out!!!! Its at least 140 years old and im hoping you guys can help me look after it...Its goin to get splashed with all sorts and although i know it can take it, id like to protect it as much as i can without resorting to oil or varnish.
I've had a large Burma teak chopping board sunk into my worktop in Dundee for the past 10 years or so and havnt had to treat it attall, but this is next to the stove and its going to get messed up much more.
Look forward to all suggestions