Instructions for Wooden Cutting Boards
boards are handcrafted from a species of tree known as Eastern Canadian Larch.
also known as Tamarack, Juniper, and Hackmatack.
coloring and grain patterns of the tree vary as much as its’ names.
board will last lifetimes if properly cared for.
Never hold under running water - Never submerge in water
Never place in a dish washer
Never leave the board in areas of concentrated heat
boards have been treated with a food grade oil,
followed by a finish coat of Clapham’s Beeswax Salad Bowl Finish
wax should be re-applied periodically depending on usage.
reapply the wax, ensure that the board has been well cleaned and dried off.
thin coat of wax on the board with a soft cloth and allow to dry for 12-24 hrs.
You may also use a high grade mineral oil, wipe with a soft cloth as above.
Afterwards buff with a dry soft cloth.
moist cloth or sponge to remove any dirt.
dirt can be removed with the backside of a knife
then cleaned with a moist cloth or sponge.
clean even more thoroughly, apply salt to the board and rub with
sponge that has been dampened with lemon juice.
store the board in a hot place ie., close to direct sunlight or a heat source.
the cutting board carefully before storing in a cupboard.