Butcher Block

Butcher Block

Including a butcher block in your kitchen will add warm and a professional flair to any kitchen. Perfect for slicing and chopping, a butcher block will ensure you never have to use a cutting board again.

The most common materials for a butcher block are maple, walnut and teak, and they only require treatment with mineral oil every four to six weeks. Stains can be very difficult to remove, and they must be installed away from the dishwasher and sink, do to potential water damage. Minor repairs can be made easily by sanding and resealing the wood.

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