Totally Bamboo 20-2038 Bamboo Cutting Board Set, 2-Board Set
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- Set of 2 bamboo cutting boards
- Constructed of high quality Moso bamboo
- Each piece is distinctively attractive and functional
- Large board measures 9-1/2 by 13-3/8 inches; small measures 8-1/2 by 11 inches; both measure 3/8-inch thick
- Easy to maintain; wash with warm water and occasionally use Totally Bamboo's Revitalizing Oil to extend life and beauty
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|Dimensions||1 inches x 13 inches x 9.5 inches||1 inches x 13 inches x 9.5 inches||0.59 inches x 13 inches x 9.75 inches||0.7 inches x 18 inches x 12.5 inches|
|Item Package Weight||1.94 pounds||1.9 pounds||1.75 pounds||3.15 pounds|
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I found these in Amazon Warehouse Deals for $7.99 (and eligible for Free SuperSaver Shipping). I placed them on my wish list and ordered them the other day to round-out an order to over $25 to qualify for Free SuperSaver Shipping. I have never had bamboo cutting boards before, but decided to take a chance on them. I must say the grain in them is gorgeous, and I was surprised by the light weight, having used the much heavier maple cutting boards for so long. As I have only had these for a little while I cannot yet comment on their longevity, but will say they seem to be constructed as well as any of the other cutting boards I have seen out there.
These are perfect for smaller jobs, and now I don't know why I waited so long to try them. The smallest one is perfect for slicing a single tomato or onion. The larger one is perfect for a loaf of home-made bread. While I will still use my larger cutting boards for the bigger jobs, these are a nice addition to our kitchen ~ and Amazon Warehouse Deals had them here on the date they estimated they would ship them. I am very pleased.
UPDATE: April 2014:
Four years in and I still have these babies and they are nearly just as nice as they ever were. I have NEVER OILED mine. I wash them with a hot soapy dish rag, rinse and put them in a dish drainer to dry completely before putting away.Read more ›
No bad smell at all on my boards. Baffled by the nasty comments from "John Kong" and "Daniel Orr". And "shedding"?? That's crazy, shedding what? The boards are not "flimsy" either. They are just not writing about the same product I have in my hands. Or they are trolls...
I'm so glad I bought these boards, I'm thinking about buying another set to stash away for future use. This cook is delighted with the product.
I perhaps 'over-oiled' them to begin with, both sides with special attention to the edges. But, as the 'wood' seemed particularly dry when new, I wanted as much absorbtion as possable on all sides so I let them stand for 15min or so, dripping a bit of oil, & then lightly wiped them down. I repeated this each of the next 2 days, by which time they no longer seemed 'to drink oil' as they had a first.
I'm still using our old 'plastic' for meats & staining veg such as red cabbage; therefor the hand washing is very short followed by drip-drying.
After about 3 weeks of almost daily use/washing, the wood seemed a bit dry again so I re-oiled, moderatly this time, and expect to repeat this perhaps on a monthly basis.
My experience with wood-working [tho not with bamboo] coupled with the bad experiences of some suggests these should not be washed on arrival but only after they have been well oiled tho if this is correct you'd expect a 'warning label'.
I was annoyed by the residue on the boards from the gummed label as any of the usual chemicals to remove this would be absorbed by & remain in the dry wood; again, no warning label.
October, 2012: It's been well over a year now of almost daily use & washings and tho they've now got minor knife marks they're holding up fine.
But You do have to be careful with these around water which, especially if it soaks into just one side, can cause warping.
If the water is very hot&/soapy such unequal absorbtion/warping will be worse.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very happy with my purchase. I bought mineral oil to season these cutting boards.Published 5 days ago by Barbara
Basically disintegrated after a few months of use...the smaller one started coming apart at the handle and then the rest came apart with repeated washing. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Navdeep S Heer