Beautiful professional grade restaurant quality heavy duty exotic wood cutting board. Each Cutting board is 1 3/4" thick and measures 12" x 18" and is available in several sizes and comes standard with chamfered edges. Each of our boards are treated with a bath of food grade mineral oil and then waxed to perfection. Please inquire about other wood options and sizes available. We also offer Juice Grooves and Side Handles upon request, please e-mail for cost and availability.
Standard Woods : Sapelle, Redheart & Yellowheart
Standard Sizing & Pricing
8" x 12" $ 68.00
10" x 12" $ 72.00
10" x 16" $ 76.00
10" x 18" $ 84.00
12" x 16" $ 95.00
12" x 18" $ 110.00
12" x 18" Professional Heavy Duty Cutting Board
How to Maintain Your Cutting Board
Food Grade Mineral Oil:
This petroleum-based oil hydrates wood once absorbed. It’s commonly used on wooden spoons, among other kitchen appliances. It’s colorless and odorless.
Next, it is best to have a good conditioner made from a mix of beeswax and mineral oil.
Now that you have the oil and cream, it’s time to get started.
Wash your cutting board with soap and water, including all sides and the edges, removing any debris/food that’s stuck to it with a lint-free rag. Remember to wash all sides and edges or it might cause your cutting board to warp.
Next wipe down your cutting board and let it dry overnight, standing it on edge so that it dries completely.
The next day, using your hands apply a decent layer of mineral oil to the sides, top, bottom, and any groove, grips, or handle. You don’t need to over oil your board, just apply enough to cover the wood with an even coat. You want to let the oil soak into the board for at least three to four hours. Leave it on its edge to dry just like before.
After you have given the oil enough time to soak into the wood, it’s time to apply the cream/conditioner. Apply it to the wood and spread the cream over the whole cutting board, making sure to get in complete coverage. Once you have covered the board completely you have given it a moisture barrier. Now again, stand it on its side and leave it sit overnight.
The next day use a lint-free microfiber cloth to rub the board in circular motions. The wood will get a glassy beautiful sheen. After you are done with these 4 steps you are finish. You can test your work by pouring a little red wind on your board. If it does not soak in, you have done a great job. It is now ready to be used again.
And remember, never ever put your wood cutting board in a dishwasher or leave it to soak in a bath of water.