12×24 Maple Wood Cutting Board

Original price was: $209.99.Current price is: $159.99.

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SKU:             MFGS1224
Availability:    Usually ships within 10-15 days
Thickness:      Up to 2” inches

1000 in stock


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This 12×24 maple wood cutting board is great for larger tasks in your kitchen and professional restaurants alike. As with all of our cutting boards and butcher blocks, the 2” thickness makes them incredibly durable and able to last far longer than other boards and butcher blocks on the market. This thickness paired with maple’s natural strength and luster makes our maple boards sturdy as well as visually stunning. With bird’s eye patterns and swirls, each board has its own unique appearance with the same consistent level of durability despite it. 

Maple is a very bright and clean wood that has tremendous strength as a cutting board. It will remain stable and not tint with use. According to Vermont Wood Studios, “It’s unique color, smooth grain, and strength make maple a popular choice among woodworkers of all types. In its natural state, it can totally brighten a room, yet stained maple looks equally gorgeous and can be dressed up to suit any preferred style. Maple wood also tends to get chosen when durability is a concern because it can take a beating.”

Maple wood has a Janka hardness scale rating of 1,450, making it one of the hardest domestic woods on the market. Its strength and shock absorbency are perfect for cutting boards as it allows them to withstand fall and water damage as well as daily use without warping, cracking, or becoming unusable. Similarly, maple wood is also self healing which means that any grooves in your cutting board made by your chef’s knives will easily repair themselves over time. 

This is particularly useful as the most common safety issue with cheaper wood and plastic cutting boards is food particles stuck in these grooves leading to food contamination and even food poisoning. With a maple board, this issue no longer arises making your food handling safer and easier. 

On top of its durability and long lifespan, maple wood is incredibly sustainable and cost-effective. Maple is most commonly used for hardwood flooring, bowling alleys, bowling pins, guitar bodies, kitchen cabinets, countertops, furniture and other woodworking projects like bowls, mugs, staffs, and cutting boards. This is because maple wood can be grown, harvested, and manufactured with ease and also serves as a great substitute for more expensive woods. 

With a natural beauty, durability, shock absorbance, self healing nature, cost-effectiveness, and eco-friendliness, it is clear why maple wood cutting boards are some of the best cutting boards currently on the market for professional chefs and home cooks alike. 

All dimensions are approximate sizes. It is best to work with the natural characteristics of the wood first and the dimensions second.