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Richlite Cutting Boards

 Richlite History & Facts

Richlite is commonly found in commercial kitchens and has been used for cutting boards and other food preparation surfaces since the 1960's. Richlite is an extremely popular choice in the commercial food industry due to the surface's sanitary properties and extremely low maintenance requirements. It is made from resin-treated paper, which is then pressed and baked to create a solid and durable sheet. Our Richlite material is made with a blend of post-consumer waste recycled paper or FSC certified components. All non-recycled material used in manufacturing is made from fibers of the rapidly renewable eucalyptus tree. Richlite does not contain urea formaldehyde and Richlite products are GREEN GUARD certified for children and schools. Richlite is an ideal material for cutting boards because of it's incredible durability. Due to it's high impact resistance, gouges, cracks, or grooves from your knives are uncommon. Richlite can also easily withstand most types of acidic foods.  


Why should you use Richlite?

  • Richlite is the BEST cutting board material available!
  • Withstands heat up to 350 degrees, so bring on the pots and pans!
  • Attractive finish that resembles wood grain
  • Much harder surface than wood
  • Scratch Resistant
  • Stain Resistant
  • Designed to stay beautiful for years
  • Solid color all the way through, so if minor scratching does occur there is no difference in color
  • Highly Sanitary and NSF Approved
  • Impervious surface that keeps bacteria at bay
  • Easy to clean and maintain
  • No dyes added during manufacturing

Caring for your Richlite Cutting Board

  • A quick wipe up with a damp sponge on a regular basis will maintain the beauty of the surface
  • Murphy's Oil Soap can also be applied undiluted for regular maintenance
  • Howard's Naturals Wood Cleaner and Polish will slightly renew the luster when used regularly 
  • Alkaline soaps such as regular dish soap will gradually dull the surface
  • To remove stubborn stains, use a nonabrasive household cleaner
  • Plain yogurt can be used to pull stains from light colored Richlite
  • DO NOT use bleach products or abrasive cleaners