Due to the darker tones of teak wood, any stains are hidden extremely well.
If you are chopping foods that tend to stain your cutting board such as beetroots, we recommend teak wood. Even if your board becomes badly stained, the chances are good the dark color of the wood will prevent the stains from being seen.
We want you to realize teak wood is one of the more expensive options. Numerous chefs and home cooks are willing to make the investment required for a teak wood cutting board due to the exceptional performance in the kitchen.
We believe if you use your board often, you will appreciate the benefits of teak wood. If you respond well to visual aids, YouTube offers an excellent video available at click here… discussing the ten best kinds of wood for cutting boards.