How do you care for the serving/charcuterie boards?
All serving trays/charcuterie boards have been burnished with Howard’s Butcher Block Conditioner, (HBBC) and Kerf's food grade wax. Most often, care requires just hand wiping with a warm moistened cloth and dry after use. With the newer epoxy charcuterie boards, we recommend using HBBC exclusively, because it naturally has bees and carnauba waxes blended in. Just apply as you would the butcher block oil, let stand overnight and then buff off excess in the morning. The epoxy will not absorb any oils/waxes. We believe that the waxes in the conditioner will give the boards a better finish than butcher block oils alone. You can find HBBC’s on Amazon or at any home improvement store. Do not place in dishwasher or soak in water.
Shipping costs continue to go up! If any of you have shipped anything recently, you know that shipping costs have been steadily increasing and there's no iindication that it's going to change anytime soon. To that end, I personally package every one of my cutting boards to help insure the integrity of the board. Shipping costs are based on location, size of package and weight. I've had a lot of experience in shipping these cutting boards and have a pretty good idea what shipping/packaging costs are, however; if you'd like, I can get you a quote based on your zip code. Generally speaking, the costs for shipping and packaging the gourmet boards is between $35-$40.
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Strub's Woodcrib LLC
Owner -- Pete Strub, has been marketing his woodworking business since 1998, devolped first endgrain bamboo cutting boards in 2006.
N8368 State Road 57
Elkhart Lake, WI. 53020