I have an IKEA cutting board but not this exact one. Mine is thicker and still warps after washing. It's easy to say 'keep it dry' but when you've got 8 people at your house and you need the counter space to plate your dessert, sometimes the board gets thrown into the sink and gets wet. I've found that if you set in on the side opposite the warp (so the profile makes a frowning face) it'll straighten itself out in a day or so. At least mine does. Now, the real unsolvable problem is the blackened edge that occured from leaving it too close to the stove while I had my rangetop griddle searing some steaks. Whoops!
Lamplig Chopping Board by Ikea
|4/16/07 8:26 PM|