Care Instructions


Wood expands with moisture so it’s very important to never submerge your cutting board in water.

  • Hand wash with hot soapy water and wipe dry with clean dish towel. Store in dry area on its side.


Over time your board is bound to have visible staining and possibly even acquire an odor. Using our recipe below, you can remove both.

  • 2 tbsp baking soda
  • 1 tsp of salt
  • 3 tbsp hot water
    • Mix ingredients together and gently scrub surface of cutting board.
    • Wipe with a warm wet cloth and dry with a dish towel.


Your board is probably one of the most popular kitchen tools you have. Let us make sure you're disinfecting it properly. White vinegar makes a great disinfectant against E. coli, Salmonella and other bacteria commonly found in households.

  • Using a spray bottle, apply vinegar on the surface of your cutting board. Allow it to sit for a few minutes before wiping it off with a warm damp cloth.


We recommend you condition your cutting board at least once a month. We've made it easy for you to do so by providing you with two options:

  • Our Wood Butter is made from a combination of organic beeswax and mineral oil.
    • Using a small cloth, rub the butter on your cutting board until it is absorbed. Let it sit on the surface for about 10-15 minutes before buffing the surface in a circular motion for a smooth finish. We recommend you use a clean cotton cloth for buffing.
  • Our Food Grade Mineral Oil is bottled and sealed.
    • Using a clean cloth, spread mineral oil evenly across your cutting board. Let the oil set over night, or at least a few hours, before wiping the excess oil off using a dry cloth.


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