Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards
Resin Boards

Resin Boards

Regular price $50.00 $0.00

Our Resin boards can be engraved with a beautiful design of your choice.  They make the perfect gift for a family, friends, or maybe that special someone in your life.  Surprise loved ones with a unique wedding, anniversary or housewarming gift.  In addition,  a personalized cutting board would make an excellent corporate or closing gift for business partners and prospective clients.

Please add engraving instructions to the comment section at check out.

*please note, there may be slight variances in sizes.

 

Care Instructions for Resin Boards

The key to your Resin Board lasting forever all comes down to a bit of TLC. I promise you that it isn't a hard task, it just has a few important do’s and don’ts.

DO’S

  • dry immediately after washing. We don’t want any water absorbing into the wood.

 

  • either wipe down with just wet cloth or use a small amount of soap if necessary. If nothing too aromatic has been in contact with your board (fruits and some vegetables) simply wipe it down. However, if you are cutting something potent like garlic, soap is a definite must as wood can hold the smell and transfer it to your next meal. (Trust me on this one, garlic and watermelon do not taste good together.) But remember - the less soap the better! The soap will draw out the woods oil meaning you will need to oil your resin board more regularly.

 

  • treat it with oil. The same way our skin needs moisturizer to be beautiful and soft, your chopping board needs oil to be strong and vibrant. The more we wash our boards, the more we draw out the natural oils which makes it prone to splitting and warping. The best way to know when your board is craving oil is to look at the color of the wood, the duller the brown, the drier the wood.

 

  • use coconut, mineral, linseed, beeswax or Tung oil. My favorite is a mixture of coconut oil and beeswax, the coconut oil is one of the least rancid oils and the beeswax makes it water-resistant which means you won’t have to oil it as frequently. Simply rub the oil into the wood with a rag or cloth until the whole board is covered and not absorbing any more oil. Hack: You can buy coconut oil cooking spray at the supermarket and all you have to do is spray over the board. Too easy.

DON’T’S

  • use vegetable or olive oil. These will become rancid and begin to smell. Yuck.

 

  • put it in the dishwasher. Wood is a beautiful natural material that has the ability to both bring water into its grain as well as repel it. When too much water gets absorbed by wood it begins to expand and this is what makes a cutting board warp, bend and crack. In a dishwasher there is a lot of water and heat… not a friendly place for your new chopping board.

 

  • let it soak in water. If you leave your chopping board in water for too long, it will absorb too much water, and yep, it will bend and crack. Not good.

 

  • Always cut on the opposite side of the resin.

PRO TIP

  • PRO TIP: Spring clean your chopping board with salt and lemon (or lime). For the full service, give your board a spa treatment every once in a while. Generously sprinkle salt over your chopping board and then cut a lemon in half. Now begin to rub the lemon all over the salty board. The salt acts as a scrub to remove stubborn stains, and the lemon is a natural disinfectant and deodorizer. Be sure to clean it well in some hot water afterwards.

 

Enjoy!

Shawna Armendariz

Gypsy Finns Tx, Owner and Creator


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