Lipper International 8830 Bamboo Over The Edge of Counter Cutting Board
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- Made of bamboo wood- A renewable resource
- Easy to wash, mild soap and water; dry thoroughly
- Natural color- not a stain
- Great gift idea
- Harder than maple
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|Dimensions||2 inches x 13.83 inches x 17.63 inches||1.75 inches x 20.5 inches x 11.75 inches||2 inches x 9.25 inches x 10.5 inches||1 inches x 14 inches x 8 inches|
|Item Package Weight||4.75 pounds||5 pounds||4.37 pounds||2.7 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
We bought one for my mother this Christmas. She said she put rubber feet on it. We did the same and now find that it is even more secure on the counter.
We have not oiled it as regularly as we probably should have. I think we've done it maybe 3 times. But we use it daily for all manner of prep and assembly. It gets a lot of moisture. Now we notice it is warping. I am now trying not to let moisture stand on it and am trying to remmber to oil it monthly. I'm not sure if this would have changed the outcome, but WHEN we replace it with the same cutting board, I will take better care of it.
However, this cutting board requires A LOT OF WORK to get ready for it's first use. As with all wood products you must use a mineral oil to keep the bamboo from cracking and absorbing moisture.
This cutting board has not been previously treated with oil, it sucked the mineral oil up, the good news is it is a beautiful shade of bamboo when treated, a full shade or two darker than pictured.
The bad news as I was treating this product with oil, it started SPLINTERING!!!!! The inside of the lip splintered and a couple of the far top edges started chipping. I assume it chipped and splintered because it hasn't been pretreated with oil. I sanded the affected parts down and treated with mineral oil again (the first oil treatment should be done 24 hours apart anyways).
I now have a gorgeous over the edge of the counter cutting board that works beautifully for food prep, but oh my! That was a lot of work for it's first use! I've only been using for a month now and it is fantastic so far. This board as with all other wood products for your kitchen should be treated with mineral/bamboo oil every month or depending on frequency of use.
For the amount of pre-prep required for first use of the cutting board is why I'm only giving this board 3 stars. I would recommend seeing if Amazon Warehouse Deals has a Like-New version for purchase so you can save some money (they're generally customer returns). However, once the pre-prep is done and you are using the board for food prep it is definitely worth 5 stars!
The top 5 star reviews are ridiculous. The first states he has only used it twice! The second uses it as a table, not a cutting board. Come on, people! I'll agree, as a table I might give it more than 1 star, though it still needs legs, oiling, sanding, and can't be washed. At least it looks nice!
Anyway, here is the review:
My cheap Walmart bamboo boards were fine, but this one splintered every time it was washed. You may think, "I know how to care for a cutting board, so I can benefit from the cheap price for a great board!" I did.
I built 6 apartments, doing every aspect of construction, including making kitchen shelves and cabinets by hand out of many kinds of wood.
I oiled and sanded, and sanded and oiled, and then each time I used this board, I oiled and sanded and oiled and sanded again, before finally sending it back.
I really don't know why this would be so bad. My cheap Walmart boards were much better.
Incidentally, I tried a very expensive teak board from Amazon, and it too had a lot of problems. In the end I got an acacia end grain board, and it has been fantasic! I've not had to sand it, but I do oil it about once per month, just because it looks so awesome when I do.Ironwood Gourmet Acacia Wood Large End Grain Prep Station
This is obviously pricier by 3-fold, but well worth it. If you want cheap, however, still don't get the Lipper, because it is not just cheap, it is junk!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We've owned this cutting board for 6 years and I'm finally looking to replace it (with another of the same). Read morePublished 1 month ago by Justin Chow
Not the best quality but you get what you pay for. The lip that over-hangs the counter started separating from the main top part of the cutting board within days of receiving it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jenna
This was the perfect size that I've been looking for. The bamboo is so nice looking compared to others I've purchased. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kiana C
Like it, but it should have come with mineral oil and a stip of velcro to hold it steady.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
Pro: Great weight and size.
Con: Hate the drip indentations that go around 3/4 of the board. Read more
I like to cut stuff. Not like an emo kid with issues, but as in slicing veggies and fruits and other delicious things. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Joey C.