Charcuterie board made by Fish's Designs in Lexington, KY
Measurements: 18" L x 13 1/2" W x 1" H
PLEASE NOTE: This board is not meant to be a cutting board - scratches will appear if knife is used on it
1. Hand wash in dish soap and water. Never put it in the dishwasher, or leave submerged in water.
2. After board has fully dried, adding oil back into the wood protects it. Olive or vegetable oil is perfect for this. Wipe on oil, let it soak for a few minutes, then wipe off the excess. You can repeat this step more than once for more protection; the more oil that soaks in the better. Food safe butcher-block oils can also be used for this purpose.
3. If you feel like the wood is getting a little rough (water can sometimes raise the grain on the wood), you can go over the wood lightly with 220 grit sandpaper after it's dry, but before adding oil. If your board has color resin, be careful to not sand the resin as it will scratch. Depending on use, you may have to sand once a year, or perhaps not at all.
Tip: Wiping your charcuterie board with olive or vegetable oil between washes gives the oil a chance to soak deeper into the wood, adding protection by preventing food oils from readily soaking into the wood.