Pine Cliff Woodworks does resurfacing and refinishing! If your board has a rough surface or unattractive stain that needs to be removed, we can make that old surface look brand new. All Pine Cliff customers receive a resurfacing free of charge. This service is provided once per board after date of purchase and is recommended every few years depending on usage. Some added charges may apply to custom boards, islands and countertops.
Need another resurfacing? Additional cost is $29.99 + S/H per board.
Please fill out the Resurfacing Request Form and ship to Pine Cliff Woodworks 5101 Hwy 23 N Dodgeville, Wi 53533 with a copy of the form email (or a resurfacing sheet from your Pine Cliff user manual). We’ll have your board brought back to life in no time.
Board Balm & Maintenence
Our Timbertonic Balm is a homogenous mixture of 100% filtered beeswax and mineral oil. Being non-toxic and food safe, it is applied with your hands and the heat of the friction will help with the viscosity of the mineral oil. After the mixture is soaked into the grain and has solidified over time, the excess wax can be removed. Wood is a natural material, sensitive to environmental humidity. It will move considerably in response to extremes in the surrounding conditions, as with any natural wood product. Our boards can expand and contract in response to the particular environment in which they are located. It is important that a stable humidity is maintained in order to ensure continued stability. Your cutting board(s) should be cleaned and sanitized frequently. Some of the various techniques recommended for cutting boards are as follows: NEVER PUT YOUR CUTTING BOARD INTO THE DISHWASHER OR UPRIGHT ONTO BUTTONS.
Hot water and soap (recommended) – Scrub board with hot water and soap. Rinse and dry thoroughly. NOTE: NEVER submerge cutting boards in a sink of water. Wood is porous and will soak up water causing the board to crack and warp when it dries.
Vinegar – To disinfect and clean your wood cutting boards, wipe them with full strength white vinegar after each use. The acetic acid in the vinegar is a good disinfectant, effective against such harmful bugs as E. coli, Salmonella, and Staphylococcus. Vinegar is especially good for people with chemical allergies. Keep a spray bottle of undiluted vinegar handy for easy cleaning and sanitizing.
Hydrogen Peroxide – 3% hydrogen peroxide can also be used as a bacteria-killer. To kill the germs on your cutting board, use a paper towel to wipe the board down with vinegar, use another paper towel to wipe it with hydrogen peroxide.
Bleach – Sanitize the wood cutting board with a diluted chlorine bleach or vinegar solution consisting of one teaspoon of liquid chlorine bleach in one quart of water or a one to five dilution of vinegar. Flood the surface with a sanitizing solution and allow it to stand for several minutes, then rinse and air dry or pat dry with paper towels.
The only warranty expressed or implied is a lifetime warranty against defect and workmanship and material. This warranty does not apply to damages which may result from neglect, accidental or intentional damage, misuse of product, normal wear and tear, and/or unauthorized repair or abuse of the product. Factory obligation under this warranty, is limited at the opinion of Pine Cliff Woodworks for repair or replacement of the product (or one of equal type and quality if the product is no longer available), within 90 days after receipt of written recommendation from the dealer, provided none of the above exceptions are evident. Repairs or replacements under this limited warranty will be made through an authorized Pine Cliff Woodworks distributor, if possible, the same dealer/distributor from which the product was purchased. If a dealer/distributor is not available, contact the Customer Service Department at Pine Cliff Woodworks, (608) 935-0707, 5101 State Road 23, Dodgeville Wi, 53533.
Pine Cliff Woodworks shall not be liable for any loss or damage arising from use, or consequential damages. This warranty gives certain legal rights and there may be other rights that vary from state to state.