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Teak End Grain Butcher Block

Teak End Grain Butcher Block

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Teak End Grain Butcher's Block

Equip your kitchen with this functional and sturdy Teak End Grain Butcher's Block. The end grain construction is blade-friendly and has self-healing properties. This feature helps it to show minimal scarring over time.

It is crafted beautifully that even when not in use, it can serve as a creative display to accent a vase or sculptural piece on your countertops. Our butcher block is made of timber from sustainable and responsibly managed plantations.

Product Features:

  • Size - 61 x 46 x 3.8 cm
  • Fabrication - Teak Wood
  • End grain
  • Self-Healing
  • Waterproof

WHY CHOOSE TEAK WOOD AS BUTCHER BLOCK?

Teak is naturally hard making it one of the most trusted material in building yachts, furniture, wood carving and now used as a butcher's block. It is known for its beautiful color which does not turn dark when in contact with metal.

It does a very good job as a chopping board. A teak butcher's block lasts longer than the others. It is water resistant, pest resistant and does not rot easily. What is the secret to these quality features? It is being dried for up to 2 years before manufacturing into finished products. It has also a natural oil content contributing to its density and hardness.

HOW TO MAINTAIN YOUR TEAK CHOPPING BOARDS

Just because the Teak butcher's block has awesome features does not mean you just leave it after every use. After regularly washing with clean water, wipe it dry and apply some oil or beeswax. This is to make sure it stays shiny and waterproof.

Cutting boards generate scars over time but as mentioned earlier, our Teak butcher's blocks are self-healing. To erase or lighten stains, you can use lemon juice. Use a cloth or soft brush to apply and leave for at least 2 minutes before rinsing with warm water. For tougher stain removal, you can use baking soda. Dissolve in hot water and apply on affected areas only.

Do not use inorganic cleaning materials like varnish, bleach, and others.