Among the olive woods in Europe, the olive wood grown in Italy is loved by the European and American people because of its dense texture, the highest hardness, and beautiful luster. The Italian olive wood used in this museum is quite dense, with high hardness but not brittle, rich in oil and good processing performance. The tactile quality is excellent. The heartwood has strong antibacterial and anti-moth ability, and other wood species that are prone to mold growth. It is completely different. In terms of practicality and aesthetic experience, it is suitable as the best choice for small living things or food utensils. Olive wood tableware cleaning and maintenance methods 1. Cleaning of olive wood-use a general neutral detergent to clean it. When it is stained with blood or fishy, you can use baking soda to wipe the surface, and then rinse with warm water. To prevent deformation due to heat, solid wood products are not recommended to be placed in a dishwasher or a dishwasher. 2. After the olive wood tableware is cleaned, place it in a ventilated place and dry it in the shade. 3. Every one to two months, you can use the special wood wax oil/beeswax oil for eating utensils for thin coating maintenance (the design hall also produces food grade beeswax oil, which can be purchased at an additional price), which can keep the color bright and also Can reduce the chance of mold.