Keep ALL boards away from near direct or concentrated heat sources.
Hand wash ALL cutting and serving boards and never submerge in water.
Do not place cutting or serving boards in dishwasher or microwave.
Store all cutting and serving boards in a cool dry place.
Never submerge cutting or serving boards.
To avoid bacteria, make sure to wash your cutting board immediately with hot mild soap and water after each use and dry thoroughly or let air dry.
Do not use any boards for cutting raw meat.
Wood Cutting Boards:
Our cutting board will be the most used tool in your kitchen, so we recommend applying a thin coat of butcher block conditioner or food safe mineral oil to condition your board well on surfaces every 3-4 weeks dependent on frequency of use.
Epoxy Serving Boards:
Our serving boards are a fun beautiful way to display all your works of food art. All epoxy serving boards are made with nontoxic food safe epoxy.
Baking Soda Removes Stains and Odors:
Combine 2 tablespoons of baking soda, 1 tablespoon of saltand 3 tablespoons hot water to create a non-toxic cleaningagent. Mix these ingredients together and scrub the entiresurface of the cutting board. Finally, wipe it with a warmwet cloth and dry with a dish towel.
For an All-Natural Cleaning Option:
Dampen your wood cutting board with a warm wet cloth and sprinkling coarse salt
over it, using a half lemon rub your board down. Rise off thoroughly with a warm wet cloth and let dry.
Restoring Your Wood Cutting Boards:
You cannot avoid multiple knife marks on your cutting board. They are a sign of home prepared meals so cherish them. However, your board can be returned to its original splendor by sanding your board with different grit sandpaper. We suggest using 100, 180 then 240 grit. When your board is smooth and refurbished, wash your board, let dry and apply a thin coat of butcher block conditioner or food safe mineral oil or wax.