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Wine and Cheese Gift Set, Cheese Platter, Original Wine Bottle Balancer and Cheese Markers

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Wine and Cheese Gift Set, Cheese Platter, Original Wine Bottle Balancer and Cheese Markers

from 50.00
sold out

This finely crafted cheese platter contains Walnut, Mahogany, Jatoba, and Maple hardwoods.  The cheese platter has been treated with food grade mineral oil and hand rubbed beeswax / mineral oil mixture.  To display your selected wine, this warm and beautiful Mahogany wine bottle balancer will not disappoint!  Not to keep your guest's guessing, these Walnut cheese markers are the perfect fit for this gift set.

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This finely crafted cheese platter contains Walnut, Mahogany, Jatoba, and Maple hardwoods.  The cheese platter has been treated with food grade mineral oil and hand rubbed beeswax / mineral oil mixture.  To display your selected wine, this warm and beautiful Mahogany wine bottle balancer will not disappoint!  Not to keep your guest's guessing, these Walnut cheese markers are the perfect fit for this gift set.

15GS501003

**PLEASE NOTE*** YOU ARE PURCHASING THE EXACT ITEM IN THE PHOTO ABOVE. IF YOU ARE NEEDING A QUANTITY MORE THAN WHAT IS AVAILABLE TODAY, PLEASE CONTACT US. 

***PLEASE NOTE*** THESE ARE MADE TO ORDER, EACH ONE IS MADE BY HAND AND MANUFACTURING TIME CAN TAKE  1-3  WEEKS DEPENDING ON OUR CURRENT ORDERS. PLEASE CONTACT US PRIOR TO ORDERING IF YOU NEED EXPEDITED MANUFACTURING. ADDITIONAL FEES MAY APPLY.***  WOOD GRAIN MAY VARY

End Grain / Long Grain / Edge Grain Cutting Board Care

Proper care for your heirloom end grain / long grain cutting board starts with you.  Use your cutting board for all of your slicing, dicing and chopping needs in the kitchen. To sanitize the board after use, wash it with mild soapy water. Never submerge in water or place it in the dishwasher. After washing, towel dry, place the cutting vertically to dry so the water drips down and does not have a chance to penetrate the grain.  If you’re concerned about bacteria especially after cutting meats use a mister to spray the surface of the board with white vinegar and wipe dry with a paper towel. Proper surface treatment is important to guard against germs and/or mold growth. Cutting boards should be finished regularly (once a moth is optimal) with a mineral oil only to maintain their beauty and keep the wood from warping and cracking. 

Never use any vegetable or cooking oils to treat or finish the cutting board, as in time the wood will reek of a rancid spoiled oil odor. Wipe the mineral oil on with a clean cloth or your hand, let stand for an hour or two and reapply until the board does not soak up more mineral oil.  Thoroughly wipe dry with a fresh clean dry cloth or paper towels. I hope you found this useful and will enjoy building your own version of these end grain boards. Questions and comments are welcome. Thanks for reading. 

With use, your cutting board will show signs of wear and tear. Wash the board and let it dry.  Carefully take 220 grit sandpaper with your hand or orbital sander and gently buff out and scratches. Wash again and apply mineral oil.