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Butcher Block Round Cherry End GrainButcher Block Round Cherry End GrainRound Cherry butcher block, beautiful grain lines increases the eye appeal on this butcher block.
Butcher Blocks Round End Grain - White OakButcher Blocks Round End Grain - White OakWhite Oak round butcher blocks, end grain butcher block/cutting board makes a great gift for that special chef in your life.
Custom End Grain Cutting Board (Tire Tracks)Custom End Grain Cutting Board (Tire Tracks)This light and dark wooden cutting board resembles Tire Tracks. This cutting board can be used as a serving board also.
Extra Large Cherry Wood Butcher BlockExtra Large Cherry Wood Butcher BlockUnique Cherry chopping block, medium size, end grain cherry wood a unique gift for a friend or family.
Maine Butcher Block End Grain 15x15Maine Butcher Block End Grain 15x15Large end grain butcher block, 15x15, cherry, maple or walnut butcher blocks.
Padauk and Maple Chopping Block - 11.5x12x1.25Padauk and Maple Chopping Block - 11.5x12x1.25Beautiful wooden cutting board made of Padauk, use it on your counter top or serving your guest. save your kitchen counter with this end grain cutting board.

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How To Maintain and Sanitize Butcher Blocks

Whichever kind of butcher block, cutting board, wood plastic or glass you use, all should be cleaned and sanitized frequently.  Some techniques recommended for end grain wood butcher blocks are as follows:

 

Hot water and soap - Scrub board with hot water and soap. Rinse and dry thoroughly. NOTE: NEVER submerge cutting boards in a sink of water! Wood is porous and they will soak up water causing the cutting board to crack when it dries.

Vinegar - To disinfect and clean your wood butcher block or countertop, wipe them with full-strength white vinegar after each use. The acetic acid in the vinegar is a good disinfectant, effective against such harmful bugs as E. coli, Salmonella, and Staphylococcus. Vinegar is especially good for people with chemical allergies. Keep a spray bottle of undiluted vinegar handy for easy cleaning and sanitizing.

Hydrogen Peroxide - 3% hydrogen peroxide can also be used as a bacteria-killer. To kill the germs on your cutting board, use a paper towel to wipe the board down with vinegar, then use another paper towel to wipe it with hydrogen peroxide.

Bleach - Sanitize both wood and plastic cutting boards with a diluted chlorine bleach or vinegar solution consisting of one teaspoon of liquid chlorine bleach in one quart of water or a one to five dilution of vinegar. Flood the surface with a sanitizing solution and allow it to stand for several minutes, then rinse and air dry or pat dry with paper towels.

To learn more about studies using vinegar for disinfecting cutting boards, check out this very interesting scientific article: The Microbiology of Cleaning and Sanitizing a Cutting Board by O. Peter Snyder, Jr., Ph.D.

All butcher blocks, and other food surfaces, should be kept dry when not in use. Resident bacteria survive no more than a few hours without moisture. Keep moisture of any type from standing on the block for long periods of time. Beware of moisture collecting beneath the board if you leave it on the counter. If you can, prop one end up when not using your board.

SMALL BUTCHER BOARDSSMALL BUTCHER BOARDSSmall custom butcher blocks with layers Maple, Walnut and other woods. These solid wood butcher blocks, designed both for strength and beauty.

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