The Butcher’s Block

Traditionally, the butcher’s block was intended to be used for chopping, cutting and slicing meats but we find that this strictly functional role is slowly left behind. Today, the butcher’s block is mainly used to enhance the visual effect that wood generates in our kitchens. It will revamp your home for many years to come while requiring minimal care.

Always look for the symbol FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) which means that the product comes from a managed forest taking into account environmental and social impacts

Here are some of the advantages of stainless steel countertop:
  • Affordable
  • Scratches can be removed by sanding
  • Wash with a damp cloth or a brush, hot water and a mild dish soap
  • Treat with pure tung oil (china wood oil)
  • Do not varnish and avoid vegetable oil, leaving a sticky residue
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