CLEANING

Hand wash in warm soapy water, rinse, towel dry immediately, then stand the board up to allow surfaces to air dry evenly after each use. Always wash both sides after use for even water absorption.

Hand wash only. Do not soak or submerge in water. Wood products should never be washed in the dishwasher.  

CARE

Your board comes oiled and ready to use. Just give it a quick wash and it’s ready for action! Like all wood cutting boards, regular oiling with a food-grade mineral oil is required to maintain your board. 

What You Need:  A clean, dry dishtowel and food-grade mineral oil

Avoid using cooking oils (olive oil, vegetable oil, canola oil, sesame oil, etc...) to treat your board. These types of oils are high in fat and once oxidized, can become rancid which can transfer an unpleasant smell into the wood.

Make sure your board is clean and completely dry before applying any oil. 

Step 1. Apply the mineral oil using a clean, dry dishtowel. Start with one teaspoon of the oil and evenly spread over the entire board using the dishtowel. Make sure to apply the oil on the sides and grooves of the board, add more oil if needed. Flip the board over, and repeat the application on the reverse side.

Step 2. Leave the oil to absorb into the wood for several hours, or overnight if possible.

Step 3. Remove excess oil using a dry, clean cloth, and wipe off any remaining oil so the board does not feel greasy.

IMPORTANT:  Oiling is vital to protect the board from unwanted moisture such as bacteria, to prevent the wood from drying out which can lead to cracking, and to preserve the rich natural colors of the wood. We recommend oiling your board with a food grade mineral oil every two-three weeks or as soon as it appears dry. This will have a huge impact on the lifespan of your board.