Epicurean Nonslip Cutting Boards, Natural
- Heat resistant up to 350°F, so it doubles as a trivet without damage
- Cleans up in the dishwasher without damaging the material
- Available in multiple sizes, each sold separately
- The nonporous surface does not hold bacteria
- Manufacturer: Epicurean
- Material: Natural wood fiber, resin and rubber
- Made in the USA
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- Dishwasher safe
The design looks nice (until you start using it), and I love the fact that you can throw this in the dishwasher (unlike bamboo), but it's not worth buying a new one every two months or so..
I've had my cutting board for about six months. I use it daily, sometimes multiple times, and it is in fantastic shape.
I do put it through the dishwasher daily, and I also hand scrub it between uses. The board only has a few knife marks, hasn't warped at all, and looks practically knew.
I do use both sides of the board, and alternate with each use. I'm not sure if that's made a difference in the wear (or lack of).
This board has exceeded my expectations, and I like that it's more gentle on my knife than a plastic cutting board would be
over 2 years ago
The one we had the longest is showing knife marks on the surface of it now though.
Because of the rubber edges I do not put in the dishwasher. I simply wash in sink with hot soap and water and occasionally wipe with a paper towel with some bleach on it. Not had any problems
2 months ago
5 months ago
1 month ago
We have used them daily for a couple of months and absolutely love these boards. They are elevated, so they provide a fatigue reducing bounce back. The corners keep the board from moving at all, eliminating any unexpected sliding. They are easy on the knife edges and reduce the amount of sharpening as compared to other boards. They also clean up very nicely, do not stain and do not retain odors. Although they're technically dishwasher safe, I always wash my boards by hand and let them drip dry.
Overall, this is a great product, high quality, quite durable, and worth its weight in $$
8 months ago
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