Unfortunately, this deal is no longer available
IKEA - Large Chopping Board Bamboo - 53 x 46 x 1.8cm £9
1064° Expired

IKEA - Large Chopping Board Bamboo - 53 x 46 x 1.8cm £9

£9£12.5028%IKEA Deals
51
Posted 23rd Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

The chopping board collects meat and fruit juice in the milled groove and prevents it from spilling on to your worktop.

Made of bamboo, which is an easy-care, hardwearing natural material that is also gentle on your knives.

The weight provides a stable base for cutting.

3394092.jpg3394092.jpg
Community Updates
IKEA DealsIKEA vouchers

Groups

Top comments
Avatar
deleted249798
Good, then you can just add the meat and fruit juice to your fruit salad when you've finished cooking.
51 Comments
Avatar
deleted249798
Good, then you can just add the meat and fruit juice to your fruit salad when you've finished cooking.
deleted24979823/01/2020 23:20

Good, then you can just add the meat and fruit juice to your fruit salad …Good, then you can just add the meat and fruit juice to your fruit salad when you've finished cooking.


That's ideal.
Looks too large to clean well.

I've two bamboo chopping boards, one which has been used everday for about 7 years. Really happy with the material. TKMaxx usually has a good selection.
Bamboo is one of the truly renewable materials in our post-plastic future.

A very flexible material, if you'll pardon the pun.
Edited by: "Roger_Irrelevant" 24th Jan
just ordered! many thanks!! wine glasses also new lower price!!!
Roger_Irrelevant24/01/2020 01:12

Bamboo is one of the truly renewable materials in our post-plastic future. …Bamboo is one of the truly renewable materials in our post-plastic future. A very flexible material, if you'll pardon the pun.


Surely it needs loads of glue in products like this though?
BucketMan24/01/2020 00:25

Looks too large to clean well.I've two bamboo chopping boards, one which …Looks too large to clean well.I've two bamboo chopping boards, one which has been used everday for about 7 years. Really happy with the material. TKMaxx usually has a good selection.


“Looks to large to clean well” .... what does that even mean
Stevet2924/01/2020 21:18

“Looks to large to clean well” .... what does that even mean “Looks to large to clean well” .... what does that even mean



It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like to wash and scald mine daily.
BucketMan24/01/2020 21:34

It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like …It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like to wash and scald mine daily.


Don’t need to fit all of it in the sink to give it a good wash, just do one half at a time. Wouldn’t fit a very big board in most standard sinks tbh .
Stevet2924/01/2020 21:36

Don’t need to fit all of it in the sink to give it a good wash, just do o …Don’t need to fit all of it in the sink to give it a good wash, just do one half at a time. Wouldn’t fit a very big board in most standard sinks tbh .



Would frustrate me, but each their own.
BucketMan24/01/2020 21:38

Would frustrate me, but each their own.


I’ve got one of these. I just use a soapy sponge to clean it on the work surface and rinse a few time’s and wipe again.....easy. I chop up raw chicken, clean and rinse then might slice up fruit for a smoothie. I’ve had this board for well over a year and I’m still alive. I also turn it every time I wash it to stop it buckling.
This is a really fantastic chopping board. I have Osteoarthritis, this board is lighter than any of the wooden boards I have making it easy to lift.
Gotten one 3 years ago, and still absolutely fine. Voted hot
BucketMan24/01/2020 21:34

It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like …It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like to wash and scald mine daily.


Think it will warp if soaked in the sink
I use this to sit over the hob, the lip sits nicely facing out to create a great extra surface and hides the hob when not in use
Don't most people have two chopping boards (one for meat and one for veg) anyway? We have this out permanently, as it looks really nice and stops me chopping sandwiches, cheese etc directly on the counter. Love it. Have a separate board for raw meat.
Bamboo chopping boards (sustainably sourced) and the best. They don't blunt your knifes like stone or glass doors but don't disintegrate like plastic or warp like wood.
BucketMan24/01/2020 21:34

It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like …It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like to wash and scald mine daily.


Scalding the board - You're a very naughty chopping board!!!
I have 3 of these. Great chopping boards .
We've been through 3 of these. They're lovely boards and easy to clean but (and who cares really for £9) we use ours like they have placed it in the supplementary picture, with the lip facing downwards because it's just a bit too big for the surface otherwise, and all three have each cracked on the right angle joint after about 9/10 months. Would still recommend it but something to bear in mind if you're thinking of longevity.
Justify25/01/2020 01:54

I’ve got one of these. I just use a soapy sponge to clean it on the work s …I’ve got one of these. I just use a soapy sponge to clean it on the work surface and rinse a few time’s and wipe again.....easy. I chop up raw chicken, clean and rinse then might slice up fruit for a smoothie. I’ve had this board for well over a year and I’m still alive. I also turn it every time I wash it to stop it buckling.


I'm on my second one as the first one did warp over time (10 years tho) - but how do you turn it when it has a lip to go over the edge of the work surface??
BungalowBill25/01/2020 10:27

I'm on my second one as the first one did warp over time (10 years tho) - …I'm on my second one as the first one did warp over time (10 years tho) - but how do you turn it when it has a lip to go over the edge of the work surface??


If you flip it you can put the lip at the back as if it were a small splash board.

I bought one of these but never used it as when I put it on my countertop it showed how much of an angle my kitchen wall was at It and suddenly it looked really wrong... Went for my ocd. Found use for it in my shed instead.
??? Mine is different!

39758268.jpg

The milled groove is all the way around and the 90degree stop is on the underside and a little larger!
I’ve had this for at least 9 years.
Love it!
Edited by: "LunarWolf333" 25th Jan
BucketMan24/01/2020 21:34

It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like …It means I doubt you'd be able to put it in the sink to wash it. I like to wash and scald mine daily.



have you tried bath you could give it a shower .
LunarWolf33325/01/2020 10:57

??? Mine is different![Image] The milled groove is all the way around and …??? Mine is different![Image] The milled groove is all the way around and the 90degree stop is on the underside and a little larger!I’ve had this for at least 9 years.Love it!


They used to be better.
I bought this originally for £7 if it's the same one & I love it, use it daily and its still just as Brill my mill grove is underneath though which I like better that way & if I need it I just turn it over
Just Go to the the timber merchant and buy a piece of wood!
cjabingham25/01/2020 12:53

Just Go to the the timber merchant and buy a piece of wood!


Just go to the woods and chop your own tree down!
richh25/01/2020 13:05

Just go to the woods and chop your own tree down!


With an axe or TNT?
I drill the tree truck and use plastic explosives!
Would it be ok to use a small machete to chop with, on this?
mohammedusman25/01/2020 13:41

Would it be ok to use a small machete to chop with, on this?


Are you worried about the machete or the chopping board in the question?
BungalowBill25/01/2020 10:27

I'm on my second one as the first one did warp over time (10 years tho) - …I'm on my second one as the first one did warp over time (10 years tho) - but how do you turn it when it has a lip to go over the edge of the work surface??


Upside down and put the lip at the back so it doesn’t get in your way. Not difficult to figure that out surely.
I have one of these at home. They're great. We leave ours on the side as a permanent fixture and just use it for things like slicing bread etc.

As people have pointed out, they are hard to wash, unless you're using the bath as a sink. Although this hasn't particularly bothered me.
Does anyone oil their chopping board? Recommended? Makes any difference?
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
these are ace, but are hard work to clean
I can't comment on this particular one but the bamboo chopping board we had was pretty amazing. Unlike my current wood board it seemed to self heal and never really show signs of being cut. Really wish I went with bamboo again. With the current wood board it looks like it won't be too far away in the future.
Doesn’t bamboo contain cyanide?
emptypockets25/01/2020 22:34

Doesn’t bamboo contain cyanide?


Bamboo shoots contain a substance that metabolises into cyanide, as do apples.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text