Purchases of John Boos & Co cutting boards and butcher blocks (henceforce under the umbrella term “cutting board”) are covered by a one year limited warranty by the manufacturer. This warranty coverage is applicable against manufacture defects and workmanship.
Correspondingly, are Boos cutting boards worth it?
Boos Blocks are sturdy and built to last; with proper care, they can withstand years of vigorous slicing, dicing, and all manner of prepping. These boards are the sort of thing you can pass down to your children. The only downside is that they tend to fetch a lofty price tag.
Subsequently, does Boos Mystery Oil expire?
This means that when they come in contact with oxygen or water, they will not spoil. If you don’t use a cutting board oil on your wooden cutting board, it’s likely that the board will become dry and splintered.
How do I restore my boos block?
A minimum of once a month (depending upon the use and household conditions), apply an even coat of Boos® Mystery Oil to all surfaces of your wood cutting board using a cloth or disposable towel. Allow the Mystery Oil to fully penetrate through the wood fibers overnight, then wipe off any excess oil.
When properly taken care of, the premium wooden cutting board can last between five and ten years. One of the main reasons why boards are replaced is because they become worn, warped, or miscolored.
The innocent looking boards used to chop meat and vegetables harbour around 200 per cent more faecal bacteria than a toilet seat, according to numerous studies. According to the cleaning gurus at Hassle.com, they should be replaced every 12 months.
Wood and bamboo cutting boards are generally preferred by both chefs and home cooks alike because they are: Effortlessly cleaned. Easy on knife blades. Naturally antibacterial (particularly Bamboo)