Matte Black Chef Series Cutting Boards
For when smaller boards don’t cut it.
Details & Materials +-
Natural wood fiber
Large: 14.50" W x 23.00" L x 0.50" H
Extra-Large: 17.50" W x 29.00" L x 0.50" H
Care & Notes +-
To clean, wash with hot soapy water or run through the dishwasher.
Board is a wood product, and thus can warp if left in wet or damp conditions for long periods of time. To avoid warping, dry surface upright and on edge before storing.
Surface is stain resistant, but can stain when left in contact with highly alkaline products or foods (such as liver, papayas, or beets) for prolonged periods of times. To remove stubborn stains, use a non-abrasive household cleaner.
Epicurean boards are not scratch resistant. If used as a cutting surface, score marks will appear.
Over time, you may find that tiny particles from your cutting board show up on foods you’re preparing or on towels you’re using to wipe it down (especially if yours is slate in color). Don’t fret! This can happen with just about any cutting surface and is due to the nature of the board’s natural wood fiber material. It’s certified by the National Sanitary Foundation to be non-toxic—so go ahead, keep on slicing and dicing.
Shipping & Returns +-
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