Slim Chopping Board – Butchers Block Style
Every Chopping Board is handmade by Pete in his garden workshop in Tynemouth, in the North East of England. Each piece of air-dried hardwood has been hand-selected, prepared and meticulously crafted to make your Butchers Block Style Slim Chopping Board, with all the care and attention it deserves. Each Board is then treated with multiple coats of food safe mineral oil and finished with Locket & Beard Board Wax to protect and nourish the wood.
Available in sizes:
Small (25 x 20 x 3cm)
Medium (35 x 25 x 3cm)
Large (40 x 30 x 3cm)
Add a juice groove to catch all those Sunday Roast meat juices at no extra cost!
And why not personalise your board with a laser engraving? Simply select the laser engraving option and leave a note with your order and I will get in touch with you to discuss your requirements.
Please note: Text will be engraved exactly as provided by the customer so please double check your spelling etc!
Note: Large and Extra Large boards will include 4 x rubber non-slip feet as standard, these can be added to the Small and Medium Boards if required.
Slim Chopping Board
Your cutting board has been treated with food safe mineral oil. It is vital that you keep your board well maintained to help it last for years to come.
Some Do's and Don’ts:
- wash your board with warm soapy water.
- dry immediately with a towel.
- place in the dish washer. This can warp and splinter the wood.
- submerge or let stand in water. The wood will absorb water, warp and crack.
- use bleach or other harsh products. This can excessively dry or discolour your board.
- Put the board flat to dry. This can cause one side to dry and the other to stay wet causing warping.
Treating your board.
Ensure your board is clean and dry. Apply a small amount of Locket & Beards Board Wax with a lint free cloth or kitchen towel, using circular motions to cover the whole board, then rubdown with a dry cloth. We recommend you do this several times a year, or whenever your board needs a freshen up.
If you wish to re-oil your board, we recommend you use food safe mineral oils. Olive oil would also work fine. Again, just apply with a cloth, allow to soak in, and rubdown with a dry cloth.
You can use baking soda to remove stains and lemon juice to remove odours.