|Product:||EUCALYPTUS SALIGNA CHOPPING BOARD: Small|
|Grade:||Clear, multi laminated|
|Finish:||Smooth, chamfered arris, TC Logo 25 mm|
|Dressing:||Food grade board conditioner|
|Size:||Length: 275mm - Width/Depth: 230mm - Height: 40mm|
100% Eco-friendly and New Zealand made
- Milled from NZ Eycaluptus timber up to 100yo
- Eco friendly, no chemical tanalising
- Solid wood, multi laminated
- Finished in food grade oil
- Dressed in food grade oil conditioner
- Invariably these last for decades
Our range of Eucalyptus chef's blocks and boards are a nice hardwood alternative to Macrocarpa. These products are made from laminated timber, therefore they are incredibly strong and durable.
Eucalyptus is New Zealand grown hardwood timber that has been seasoned for up to two years. It is a 100% eco-friendly and very durable timber that requires no tanalising preservative.
Care & Cleaning
- Wash with dish detergent and air dry
- To deodorise rub with a cut lemon
- Re-season the wood with mineral oil board conditioner as often as required (also listed)
The Tui Creek Difference
- Leading wood products sold throughout NZ & Australia
- Solid wood products, no MDF in our business
- Our customer feedback speaks for itself
- Eco-friendly non-tanalised timbers
- Our products do not decimate rainforests
- Finance options
- We carry a full range of spare components
- Unique and high quality New Zealand made products at good value for money with unmatched warranties. We are not another offshore mega-retail mass producer with quality and finishing reflective of striving only to be the lowest price.
Any knives depicted are for illustrative purposes only and are not included.
All Tui Creek products are hand-finished, they are not mass produced and no two are identical, hence your product may vary slightly from the one depicted.
All our products originate from trees up to 100 years old and the timber has been seasoned for up to two years. Whilst they have a high quality finish there can be minor imperfections including traces of saw kerf, minute marks and checking/cracking - this is part of the timber's rustic character.