Collection: Cutting Boards
- End-grain wood chopping boards to protect knives
- Naturally resistant to bacteria, good for raw meat and fresh produce
- Made with real olive wood and teak wood harvested from regulated plantations
Frequently Asked Questions
- Rinse your cutting board with room temperature water before using it for the first time.
- Wash it by hand with soap and water after every use. If you use it just for slicing bread, simply wipe it with a clean cloth.
- Disinfect it from time to time by wiping it down with a clean cloth soaked in pure white vinegar or 3% hydrogen peroxide.
- Allow it to completely dry before storing it.
- Coat it with coconut oil or other food-safe oil once it becomes dry or dull.
- Don't expose to extreme heat or put in the dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, or oven.
- Don't soak in water for long periods.
To learn more about cleaning wooden cutting boards and removing stains, check out this article.