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Woodfold 24" (610mm) x 22" (559mm) Breadboard/Cutting Board - EACH (Alder)

List Price: $68.85

Sale Price: 58.50 each

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Always popular as the finishing touch to a quality kitchen, the Woodfold Breadboards feature solid hardwood construction with an alder body.

  • Permanently laminated to assure years of use and are sealed to resist moisture penetration with a safe FDA approved coating.
  • Finger pull on each end allows board to be reversible -  alder on one end, oak on the other.
  • Features 3/4" thick board and trimmable width for a custom fit.
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Manufacturer: Woodfold - Marco Mfg Inc
Manufacturer Location: USA
Color/Finish: natural
Material: alder
Type: breadboard
Warranty: Limited warranty.
Length: 22" (559mm)
Width: 24" (610mm)
Height: 3/4" (19mm)
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WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including lead and/or wood dust, which are known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to

Woodfold - Marco Mfg Inc Restock Policy

No restock fees apply for returns of this specific item. Product must be returned in re-sellable condition within 30 days to qualify.

If an item is returnable (See restocking list), you must first call or use form below to request a return goods authorization (RGA) prior to returning any items purchased through us.

We will not accept any returns without an RGA. All items must be returned in "Re-Saleable Condition", in original packaging with all parts included. Customer is responsible for shipping charges.

Our restocking policies vary, depending on manufacturer and item.

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