Caring for your Wooden Wares

A black and white picture of a kitchen tap is pictured running out hot water with steam rising.


Wipe your board, bowl or rolling pin with warm, soapy water and rinse clean.

A vintage wooden rolling pin is pictured laying on a stripped linen cloth with fresh flowers to the left and fresh herbs and a strainer to the right. There is a wooden cutting board in the background.


Wipe away any excess water and stand up or hang to dry.

An overhead picture of brushes, oils and waxes in a wooden crate.


Oil once a month or whenever your board is looking dry. You can use whichever wood conditioning oil / wax you prefer.

A kitchen sink full of apples soaking in water with the tap running and more water pouring in.


Soaking your board in water or putting it in the dishwasher or microwave.

A wooden charcuterie board is pilled high with cheese, meats, veggies and dips.

And last but certainly not least…


These products are high quality and designed to be used! Whether it’s a quick and easy salad thrown together at 10pm, a vegan grazing board piled high with artisanal goodies or grandma’s top secret gingerbread dough being rolled out - I’d love to see!

Feel free to share any pictures of your one of a kind wooden wares being put to use with #jaknaturaldesigns.