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Any know if the pink bar board is

nikkijo

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pink all the way through? One of my husband's friends is over and decided to use it with a regular knife (not pc so it's not a self sharpening) and it has 4 HUGE DEEP cut marks on it. 1 I can see, but 4 what were you thinking!?!? He was only cutting cheese and sausage. They don’t understand why I am upset, that I have to take this to show's in May because it's the guest special. When I told my husband he needs to get me some fine sandpaper he got all upset and acted like it's my fault. They said that if it's not pink all the way through it doesn't matter if I try to get it out or not.
Please Help!!

Nikki
 

Chef Kearns

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Might as well try. What harm could it do now? If you have to show it before getting a resolution just show the smooth side. I believe it is pink through and through, but I haven't cut mine open to find out.
 

chefjeanine

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One of the important features of our cutting boards is that they do get cuts in them . When I talk about our cutting boards (and then of course the knives and food chopper), I explain that they want to use a cutting board that will get cut up because that means it's not going to dull blades like a glass, solid surface or granite cutting board.

I know you want it to be pretty. . .but use it to your advantage. I don't have mine yet, but the colorful bar boards from last season seem to have the color all the way through the board.

hth
 

nikkijo

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Thank you so much for the help. I never thought of using it as a selling point. I think that I'll just show the smooth side and then during the demo I can use the other side as an example.

Thanks again!!
 
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