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Maple Under Cabinet Stemware Rack

Maple Under Cabinet Stemware Rack

Regular price $60.00
Sale price $60.00 Regular price

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Description

Our under cabinet hardwood stemware rack makes wine glass storage easy to integrate into any cabinetry. This stemware racks will store up to 15 stems. Our stemware rack can be mounted to the bottom part of a cabinet or shelf or mounted in a cabinet depending on your storage needs. Hardware included.

SKU: J-WSR-1025/C

Specifications

  • 10" x 25" x 2"
  • USA Manufactured.
  • Sustainably Harvested North American Hardwood.
  • Finished in our mineral oil and beeswax.
  • Lifetime Guarantee.

Care + Use

Wood is an incredible natural material that expands and contracts with moisture and humidity. Regular regimented care of this product will protect it for years to come.

Handwash with warm, soapy water after each use and dry thoroughly with a towel. Never soak or submerge in water, run in a dishwasher, or use in a microwave. Placing hot pots or pans on your board can result in a lasting burn mark.

Apply JK Adams Mineral Oil and / or Beeswax Wood Conditioner once a week, with a lint free cloth, to all surfaces-including edges and ends-until the finish is established, and at any time the board feels dry.

If at any time the grain of your product becomes raised-causing a rough feeling-a light buffing in the affected area with 200 grit sandpaper will smooth the finish. Reapply JK Adams wood conditioner after this process

Wood Type: Maple is a forgiving hardwood. Grain variation is to be expected. It is recommended to use our conditioners at any time the product feels dry.

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100% Quality Guarantee

Our products should withstand the test of time and become kitchen heirlooms that can be handed down from generation to generation. Disposable is not in our vocabulary. This level of commitment to design and craftsmanship is what allows us to stand behind our products with a 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.

"Disposable isn’t in our vocabulary."