How to care for your Cutting Board

  • Rented Success

    As a small veteran owned business it can be a tumultuous and even, at time, demoralizing, effort when looking for outlets to fund your business. I, myself, was fortunate enough to start small with money that I had saved up, and grow my own business. But for others, the necessity for equipment, space, or even material can be a hindrance when starting a small business.
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    My first experience with (2) part resin was using the stuff that can be purchased from the big box stores, which ended in disaster. I started by u...
  • How to care for your Cutting Board

    Wooden cutting boards are beautiful and, if cared for properly, can last a lifetime. To keep your  board looking vibrant and prevent excess wear, it will need to be replenished regularly.