Maple wood cutting board, end grain with refining mechanism and under legs, made in Quebec


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Maple wood cutting board, end grain with refining mechanism and under legs, made in Quebec
Maple cutting board end grain with honing mechanism and feet.

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Maple cutting board, end grain, 19 1/2 long X 12 wide X 2 1/4 board thickness / integrated honing mechanism and sub-legs. Glue with water-resistant and non-toxic glue.Finish with oil from Livos

After each use, scrub the surface with soapy water
To disinfect, use a little lemon juice or spray a mixture of water and vinegar equally
Never immerse the board in water and do not put in the dishwasher
Wipe clean with a soft cloth

Every month use a little heavy mineral oil and a soft cloth
You will find heavy mineral oil in pharmacies or hardware store (oil for worktop)
remove the marks of knives or stains, sand the wood with fine sand paper, grit 220

Avoid putting hot dishes or metal objets, such as a cheese grater, on the wood, which could leave black circles.

MakeEdge® is a modern version of the honing steel. MakeEdge® is easy to use correctly, the knife will automatically be centered between the 2 ceramic stones, when you pull it through. MakeEdge® is made in ceramic, which is non-magnetic and sharper than steel. MakeEdge® can hone both plain edged knives and rounded serrated knives.

You should hone your knife everytime you use it. Just pull the knife through 2-3 times without adding any pressure. You should only pull your knife towards yourself – not back and forth

When honing you unfold the edge of the knife and take away small roughness. You can hone as often as you like – the more frequently the better! MakeEdge® can prolong the lifetime of your knives with everyday honing, instead of occasional sharpening.

MakeEdge® has been tested by Catra in 2007 for it’s performance in comparison with leading market products. MakeEdge® came out with significant increase in cutting comparing to other products.

MakeEdge® has passed a durability test performed by the Danish Technological Institute. MakeEdge® has 5 years warranty on each side of the click-in mechanism, meaning 10 years warranty in total. Remember to rotate your MakeEdge® click-in mechanism if the ceramic parts get’s worn. This will increase the lifetime of your product


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Peppermill: All our mill are equiped with Crushgrind® méchanisms who have warranty of the ceramic parts from de manufacturer of 25 year .
You do not like the product? You can return to us and we will credit you, you have to assume the shipping cost.


Our quality warranty / return policy.
All our peppermills are warranty. The ceramic parts have a warranty of 25 year from the manufacturerr. If the mechanism do not work, communicate with us without delay. We engage to replace, under certains conditions, all our mills with defect. For any questions or comments about our mills or our return policy, do not hesitate to communicate with us.


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