With proper care and conditioning, your cutting board will look great and will last for years.
HAND WASH ONLY – never submerge your cutting board in water or place in dishwasher. Simply hand wash with hot soapy water. Wipe the cutting board with clean cloth. Store in a dry area.
DISINFECT & DEODORIZE – Spray your cutting board with white vinegar. Let vinegar set for a few minutes and wipe off with a damp cloth. White vinegar is an excellent disinfectant for E. coli, Salmonella and other household bacteria.
CONDITION YOUR BOARD – We recommend conditioning your cutting board frequently. Apply a generous layer of food-grade oil or oil and beeswax combination to entire board. Allow conditioner to soak in, best if overnight, and buff with clean cloth. Keeping your board well-conditioned is an important step that keeps the board looking great and helps repel food particles and liquids as well as avoid staining, warping or cracking.
REFURBISHING – Knife marks will accumulate over time on a well-used cutting board, causing the board to feel rough. To refurbish your board, sand cutting board using a 320-grit sandpaper until surface is smooth. Once sanding is complete, wash and dry cutting board. Allow cutting board to dry and generously re-apply conditioner.