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Professional End Grain Maple Board

Professional End Grain Maple Board-20" x 16"

Regular price $329.00
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Description

Our Professional End Grain Maple Board is in a 20" x 16" size that gives ample surface space for chopping, dicing and slicing. An end grain board is a prized addition to both the professional and home kitchen. The end grain construction is favored, by professional chefs, for its ability to maintain the sharpness of a knife's blade. This board weighs 16 lbs.

SKU: J-PRO-2016-M/C

Specifications

  • 20"
    x 16" x 2"
  • USA
    Made.
  • Sustainably Harvested Maple.
  • 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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Why End Grain?

End grain construction is favored for its ability to maintain the sharpness of a knife's blade and makes the knife marks less prone to show. Because the fibers of the board are facing upward, knife blades move with ease and give on these products.

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