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    Cheese Paddle - Elm (large)

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    Cheese Paddle - Elm (large)

    Wow your guests with this timeless 'Cheese Paddle', with a flat & reversible surface this is great for serving just about anything, the handle makes it super easy to carry.

    Dimensions: 45cm x 15cm x 2cm

    Caring for your piece

    Following each use, wash down your wooden board with hot, soapy water. Please do not soak or dishwash as this may lead to warping and/or cracking.

    If you do notice your board beginning to warp, turn it onto the opposite side for storage and usage and this should coax it back to an even level.

    After washing, wipe your board dry with a cloth and leave standing upright to dry thoroughly before storing, as damp boards will support bacterial growth.

    To sanitise your wooden board spread coarse salt generously across the surface and scrub with half a lemon. Alternatively, neat white vinegar can be used. Cover the board in the vinegar solution and allow it to sit for a few minutes before rinsing thoroughly.

    All boards are treated with a food grade, odourless, colourless, tasteless, antibacterial polyurethane oil at the end stage of production. This is a hard-setting oil, which seals the grain and discourages movement of the wood. We recommend that you re-oil your boards and wooden utensils monthly depending on usage. When your board needs to be oiled you will know because it will look dried out and thirsty!

    Prior to oiling we advise that you clean your wooden boards and utensils and allow them to thoroughly dry. We recommend using a mixture of beeswax and food grade mineral oil (this is colourless, odourless and tasteless and therefore will not spoil subsequent food that comes into contact with the wood). Using a clean cloth, apply the oil in an even layer over the wooden surfaces and leave to soak in for a few hours. Remove any excess oil until the board does not feel damp or sticky. Apply an even layer of beeswax and rub into the grain of the wood until smooth.

    Following these simple steps will preserve the hygiene, as well as lengthen the lifespan, of your wooden boards and kitchen utensils.