Maple and Cherry Edge Grain Butcher Block Cutting Board
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Made by using the finest solid Maple and Cherry wood, these Butcher Block Cutting Boards are practically indestructible. Our Standard Edge Grain Cutting Boards have square corners and a 1/8" radius on all edges, and are pre-treated with the standard option of Mineral Oil, or we also offer a natural plant based oil (Fractionated Coconut Oil), or our Tried and True Salad Bowl Finish. Upon receiving your order, it is recommended that you clean the board with a damp cloth, then apply another coat of Hardwood Lumber Company Butcher Block Oil or Butcher Block Conditioner, before using your cutting board for the first time. You can also order your cutting board to be shipped unfinished, if you prefer to not have your product sealed with Mineral Oil. Additionally, we also offer the option for a Juice Groove and Finger Slots. Hardwood Lumber Company Butcher Block Cutting Boards are of the best quality wood cutting boards available.
A water-resistant glue is used on all our Butcher Block Cutting Boards.
If we do not have your cutting board size and/or wood species listed, contact us for a Custom Cutting Board Quote.
Most of our woodworkers are craftsmen from the local Amish community, providing great attention to quality and detail throughout the manufacturing process.
Because each piece of wood has its own unique character, grain and color will vary from the sample images shown.
All orders revised or cancelled after going into production (within 24 hours after order is received) will have a restocking fee of up to 50%.
Maple/Cherry Edge Grain Cutting Boards ship within 1 to 2 weeks.
Hard Maple sapwood is creamy white with a slight reddish brown tinge and the heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown. Hard Maple has a close fine, uniform texture and is generally straight-grained. Hard Maple is hard and heavy with good strength properties, in particular its high resistance to abrasion and wear. We use only the higher quality grades of Hard Maple lumber for our products.
In most respects soft maple is very similar to hard maple. Generally soft maple sapwood is greyish white. The heartwood varies from light to dark reddish brown. Soft Maple is usually straight-grained and has low shock resistance. Soft maple is about 25 percent less hard than hard maple. The soft maple we use for our products is selected for a white color. We use only the higher quality grades of Soft Maple lumber for our products.