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    Senior Member Bigdaddyb's Avatar
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    Good heavens!!


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    I have 14x18 maple. I like it. But...my wife told me it is to heavy for her moving one place to clean...

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    We clean our boards in place (on the counter); no need to move if it is heavy for her.
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    Don't you need to flush it with water? Or you just use wet cloth to wipe it?
    I am trying to fit this near the sink. Worry it is to wet for the board, or unintention of putting wet plates on top of it for a while...

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    I personally only was the board that I use to cut raw meat and fish. That one gets washed properly and then wiped. But the other board that I use for vegetables gets only wet-wiped and then is left to dry. I have rubber feet on both of them so I do not have to worry that the board would be in prolonged contact with water. And I use board butter regularly (when the board is dry, of course).

    Near the sink may not be the best place as the board will probably get splashed-on too often.

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    we have one board next to a sink. If it gets splashed I wipe it off pretty promptly. If I'm not there, the wife often leaves the water on it. I leep the boards oiled pretty well, so it has not resulted in a problem (this particular board has been in daily use for 3 years now).

    For cleaning, I wipe them down with wet paper towels and then dry them off. We do not use the boards for raw meat or fish, but if we did I would still clean them in place (but would use more than just water).
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    Recently got a small 12x18 cherry and couldn't be happier. I love it! Use it only for vegetables though and oil it religiously. Thank you Dave!

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