Cutting Board Care

To make sure your board lasts a good long time, follow these quick'n'dirty instructions:

Handwash only, do not put in the dishwasher.

Use dish soap, not harsh concentrated cleaners.

Do not soak or leave submerged in water.

Heat and excessive water soaking can warp or crack your board.

Use a cutting board oil or conditioner to keep your board hydrated and prevent it from cracking.

Mineral oil, or cutting board conditioners are recommended.

Avoid perishable oils like olive oil, as they can go rancid.

To remove stubborn stains or smells from your board, use a cut lemon, baking soda, white vinegar, or a bleach-water solution.

Lemon: cut lemon in half, rub cut side onto board, let sit for a few minutes, then wash with dish soap.

Baking soda: Sprinkle baking soda onto board, rub in with a warm wet cloth, let sit for a few minutes, then wash with dish soap.

White vinegar or bleach water: You can use 100% white vinegar or a bleach water solution (1.5 teaspoons bleach in 4 cups water) to sanitize your board.

If you have any questions or trouble with your board, or if you would like to have it resurfaced, please contact me here or Instagram.

Thank you!