Wooden Tables

  • Do not use any products with chemicals to clean your table. They may dull the sheen of the conversion varnish finish.
  • Wet a soft cloth with water. Remove debris. Follow back with a soft, dry cloth to remove any excess moisture. Some "elbow grease" may be necessary.
  • Upon delivery, many of our tables become a room's centerpiece, as well as a "catch-all" space for its new owner. Some "wear and tear" is to be expected with natural materials, such as wood.


Cutting & Serving Boards

  • All of our charcuterie, cutting, and chopping boards are finished with mineral oil. This leaves the surface food safe, but still porous.
  • Our boards can be used to display charcuterie, chop nuts and vegetables, cut cooked meat, and much more.
  • Avoid placing raw meat of any kind directly onto the board. Always use a nonporous, plastic cutting board for raw meat.
  • Never soak or fully submerge any of our boards in water or dishwasher. Doing so could result in warping or splitting.
  • After washing with hot, soapy water, rinse your board, and pat dry with a dish towel. Stand up to dry; do not lay flat.
  • Eliminate moisture and store in a dry area away from extreme conditions.
  • We suggest applying food safe mineral oil every few weeks to keep your board hydrated. Apply oil in the direction of wood grain using a soft, dry cloth. Allow oil to soak in for several hours and wipe off excess oil with paper towels.
  • Remove stains or odors with coarse salt and lemon juice. Sprinkle salt liberally over your board and use a lemon cut in half to rub the salt into the board. Let sit for 3 minutes, then wipe clean with a damp cloth. Wipe off excess moisture with a paper towel, stand on end, and allow to air dry.