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Cutting Board Chalkboard

SKU#  473984
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Why We Love It

Hang our cleverly shaped Cutting Board Chalkboard in your kitchen to keep recipe notes, shopping lists and reminders in sight. Its naturally finished frame and rope hanger give it a charming, rustic quality that works beautifully with any décor theme.

Details & Dimensions

  • Made of wood with natural finish and rope
  • Not food safe
  • World Market exclusive
  • Made in India
10"W x .75"D x 21"H, 1.65 lbs.

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Rated 4 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love I ordered this online. I love the stain color and the size. Well worth the price. March 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Awesome! Saw it in the store and fell in love with it. I love rustic decor and the chalkboard is a bonus! August 14, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by CUTE, but chalkboard markers don't wipe off. I was so excited when I saw this chalkboard. I have several chalkboards in my home and I thought this would be perfect to hang in the kitchen for the use of displaying the weekly dinner menu plan or to keep a grocery list. I love the size and it's beautiful. BUT, be warned. My wonderful chalkboard markers that wipe off of EVERY OTHER chalk board I own, won't completely wipe off of this board. Even after scrubbing with soap and water, the chalkboard is "stained" by my original writing on it. Since my chalkboard markers wipe off easily from the other chalkboards I have and that my children use, my only guess is that the coating of chalkboard paint on this board is very porous. I imagine that plan old fashioned pieces of chalk would wipe off fine...... but, with chalkboards being such a fad right now, I imagine that most people are turning to the wipeable markers as opposed to old fashioned dusty chalk. I'm not exactly sure how to proceed with this dilemma. Since I adore the overall size and look of this particular board, I may attempt to paint it over with a fresh (thick) coat of quality chalkboard paint and see if I can rehab the thing myself. bottom line - be careful with using chalkboard markers. old fashioned chalk seems to work better. :( January 29, 2015
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