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- Proteak Edge Grain Rectangle Cutting Boards
- Comes in 12" W, 20" W and 24" W sizes
- Available in standard models, a model with hand grips and a model with hand grips and a juice canal
- Made from durable teak
- Narrow strip construction
- Narrower individual strips create a strong adhesive bond
- Protects sink surface
- Ideal for food preparation
- Durable and sturdy
- Easy to clean
A combination of strength and rustic style, the Edge Grain Rectangle Cutting Boards by Proteak make even the occasional cook look like a high class chef. Assembled using narrow individual strips for a strong adhesive bond, these cutting boards are constructed from high quality, plantation grown teak. Available with a bevy of features that include Hand Grips and a convenient Juice Canal, these Edge Grain Rectangle Cutting Boards are an ideal way to prepare and even serve hors d'oeuvres, entrees and desserts at your next dinner party.
PC-KCB3003: 12" W x 9" D x 3/4" H
PC-KCB3004: 24" W x 9" D x 1-1/2" H
PC-KCB3005: 20" W x 15" D x 1-1/2" H
PC-KCB3006 & PC-KCB3007: 24" W x 18" D x 1-1/2" H
PC-KCB3008: 20" W x 15" D x 1-1/2" H
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|We bought 2. Liked them so much we ordered 3 more. 1 for each of our children. They really are great and the large size we have has made prep work easier.
by: Ramona McKee from: Marietta, Ga on: December 3, 2012
|Best cutting board we have ever had in our kitchen.
by: Ramona McKee from: Marietta, Ga on: October 31, 2012
| ||Company arrived the week the cutting boards arrived. Lots of prepping and cooking. The size of the boards made the work easier and safer. We have one by the stove and one by the prep sink. The first thing I did was coat them with food grade mineral oil. Not only do they work great, they are beautiful on our counters.
|Great - But HUGE!!!
by: Anthony Adverse from: Fairfax, VA on: October 27, 2011
| ||This is a fine cutting board that I expect to have for the rest of my life. It replaces a Congo cutting board recommended by America's Test Kitchen. (And which was also supposed to last a lifetime.) The Congo board turned out to be a dud. It cracked in less than 2 years. Test Kitchen did a mea culpa, said they didn't test thoroughly enough. This great teak board, admittedly a bit pricey, was their new #1. I can already tell it is rugged and excellent. The only problem is that it is too big for most kitchens! At 24X18 it takes up your entire counter! I don't think this was the size America's Test Kitchen reviewed. If you can buy a smaller version - I haven't checked - do so. As is, I pull this brute out only when doing big cutting and carving jobs, not for everyday stuff.
by: Michele S. Richard from: AVON, Co on: September 12, 2011
by: Tiny E Trainor from: West Bend, Wi on: September 12, 2011
| ||I had purchased this for my Adopted grandson for his birthday---He was very happy and quite pleased-he had been looking in the local stores and even at the Amish village which is about 50 miles away, he is using it now to cut up his garden vegs. for canning and freezing--which HE does do himself--and a very good job at it to! He is grateful to get it. And appreciates it allot. It was great to see the tears in his eyes--even though he is a grown man.
|Great quality and size I needed
by: Chris from: Seattle, WA on: September 8, 2011
|Teak cutting board
by: John Cornejo from: Falls Church, VI on: September 8, 2011
| ||I recently received the teak cutting board. I am pleased to say the board is really good. Cutting and other things really work out so that no cuts or scratches appear. The size was perfect for my size in preparing recipes. Thanks.
by: George Von Tersch from: Surprise, AZ on: March 26, 2010
| ||I am very satisfied with the cutting board. It is an attractive useful product for the kitchen,
|Had to do an exchange, but extemely happy.
by: Pam Mastin from: Greenville, NC on: March 1, 2010
| ||The first board I received had a crack in it, but it was exchanged with absolutely no difficulty. Great customer service.
|Wood cutting cards are supposed to be healthier for you than plastic - but I wonder about the glue used to hold the strips together. What kind of glue do you use, and what do you know about it. Has it been tested? Does it off-gas or have other problems? I'd very much appreciate your response.
Thank you. (And also, a photo of the model with hand grips would be helpful - what are the handgrips made out of? And what does the board with the groove for juices look like?) - Asked about product PC-KCB3005
| ||Titebond 3 is a standard wood glue approved by the FDA for this purpose. We’ve never had any problems with the glue. The hand grips are simply notched wood, no other material is used. Here you will find a picture of our PC-321 board http://im-3.eefa.co/pc-321-close-s3.jpg , where you can see the handgrip on one side. The 106 will be much larger, but it gives you a good idea of what you are getting. Here is a link from our website that emphasizes the Juice Canal. http://im-3.eefa.co/pc-kcb3007-s3.jpg
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