This set of bamboo wood cutting boards features high resistance to moisture due to its low porosity. Plus, it won’t damage your knives, so they’ll stay sharp longer. The boards come with engraved metric scale for better precision in cutting measurement or if you need to measure something quick in the kitchen.
Made in China
Material: 100% Bamboo wood. Perfect ally in the kitchen for its sustainability, low porosity, and antibacterial properties.
At KUOKO we try to take maximum care of the environment. The product will arrive packaged without any plastic in a recycled cardboard box. Help us maintain this chain and be sure to recycle to give all our packaging another life!
Our bamboo wood utensils are 100% recyclable. When they no longer serve you, take them to the nearest green point of your home to give them a second life! Wash before use.
Always wash by hand with warm water and a soft sponge with soap. Washing the wooden top in the dishwasher deteriorates the quality of the material.
Do not leave the utensil soaking for a long time.
It is not necessary to dry immediately. It can be left to air dry without any problem, but we recommend storing the product when it is completely dry.
If you want, once dry, you can add a little natural oil to extend the life of the wood.
Do not rub the colored areas of the utensil with an abrasive sponge in order to maintain the color for longer. Not microwave safe
Not microwave safe.
As it is a natural product and worked without aggressive products, stains may appear from contact with food or, if it has not been allowed to dry well, from humidity.
TIP!: Sprinkle a little salt on the product, rub it on with half a lemon, and rinse with plenty of water. Make sure it is completely dry before storing it. This will leave the product looking like new and completely disinfected for use again.
Wood, in kitchen utensils, is not a material for life. If you follow all the advice we mentioned above, you will be able to extend its life but, in the long run, its exposure to water and hot temperatures end up deteriorating it. We recommend renewing the utensil when we see that cracks begin to appear, since microorganisms use them to settle in your kitchens!