FAQs

Q. – How do I maintain the beauty and quality of the Tableboard?
A. – Oil all surfaces of your Tableboard evenly with food-safe oil (mineral oil is recommended)
every few weeks, or more often if you live in a very dry climate, such as Colorado, Nevada,
or depending on the frequency of use. Pour the oil onto a soft cloth and rub it in. This will
keep the wood equal in moisture content. Save some money by visiting the local drug store
and purchasing Mineral Oil.

Q. – How do I clean the Tableboard after use?
A. – Wipe with a damp cloth and dry. All food surfaces should be kept dry when not in use.

Q. Where do I store the Tableboard when not in use?
A. The Tableboard does not require any storage. The Tableboard was designed to be an
extension of your table or countertop. Tableboards are stunning on their own or create your own
unique centerpiece that everyone will talk about.

Q. Can I use the Tableboard everyday?
A. Absolutely, the Tableboard is a practical addition to any dining/kitchen table or
countertop. Tableboards are great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Q. Will the Tableboard protect my table or countertop?
A. Yes, by placing serving dishes, pots, and pans etc. on the Tableboard your beautiful table
will always be protected against mishap. A layer of cork has been applied to the bottom of
the feet on the Tableboard to protect the table or countertop and to prevent sliding.

Q. Are the Tableboards made in the USA?
A. Tableboards are manufactured in the state of Iowa by skilled craftsman in the Amish
community.

Q. What woods are used in the manufacturing of the Tableboards?
A. Tableboards are manufactured using maple hard wood with cherry or walnut accents.
Hardwoods are selected for the tight grain and durability.

Q. What size Tableboards can I purchase?
A. Tableboards come in two sizes 36” x 12” and 40” x 14. Custom sizes available upon
request.

Q. Do the Tableboards come with a warranty?
A. We guarantee the condition of every item shipped. Nothing will be shipped which is
chipped, cracked or un-oiled.

Eat, serve, and enjoy!

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