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Japanese Rubber Board User Guide

My Cookware Cutting Board User Guide


Japan is known for its rubber cutting boards. In addition to being easy to maintain, they are also hygienic. It is important to keep the board dry after washing. Here are some recommendations you may find on the product's label. In case you discard the label, please refer to the following instructions.

This user guide applies to Yoshikawa, Asahi, and Hasegawa products. In case you use a cutting board from another brand, you may refer to it. It will not harm the board to take care of it properly.

  • Heavy chopping is not recommended.
  • Yoshikawa, Asahi, Hasegawa FRM, and Hasegawa FBB products are not suitable for dishwashers. Only Hasegawa FRK and FSB (wood core) products are dishwasher-safe.
  • According to the Japanese instructions, bleach can be used to remove stains when they become obvious. Use food-grade bleach and rinse thoroughly afterward. Most users would not bother to remove the stain.
  • Fried foods should not be handled on the surface as they stain the surface more quickly.
  • In the case of wood core boards, if the internal wood core structure is visible, stop using them.
  • Keep away from heat sources or high temperatures to prevent deformation. Sterilisation with ultraviolet rays may cause discoloration.
  • After washing, keep the cutting board dry.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

 

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