Friday, 14 March 2014

Splash Chopping Board from Mustard giveaway.

Chopping boards one can never have enough in the kitchen. I love my chopping boards to be fun and colourful and I recently discovered this really fun splash chopping board from Mustard.  


It is red in colour and splash-shaped chopping board. It has a cool design where the drip part fits on the edge of the counter to make it stable on the worktop. This part is removable for easy storage and cleaning and the material itself is nylon which s very durable. It is an acceptable size 367.0 mm (w) x 108.0 mm (h) x 281.0 mm (d) but could be more useful if it was slightly bigger. If you like innovative things in the kitchen this chopping board will definitely fit the bill.You can purchase it from Mustard it Retails at £ 15.00

I have not received any payment or product for my self to host this giveaway.

Just Mustard have kindly agreed to send one of these chopping board to one simply.food reader

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162 comments:

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  2. A fun way to brighten up the kitchen!

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  3. when it is damaged? I have a wooden chopping board and it is still in perfect condition

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  4. Edward Guerreiro14 March 2014 at 19:56

    I've been using the same chopping board for about 10 years. So my answer would be, when it no longer functions as a chopping board i.e. it breaks into small pieces.

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  5. Every 3 years? Not sure really, definitely when they get very scratched.

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  6. I think it is a fantastic idea and love it!

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  7. Every 12 months

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  8. Not sure how often people recommend but as I normally buy wooden ones I change mine 2 monthly

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  9. Every 6 months or so I would have thought, could be less.

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  10. I guess it depends on the material but if it becomes too worn and hard to clean then replace it.

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  11. I guess it depends on the material but if it becomes too worn and hard to clean then replace it.

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  12. It depends on the board - if plastic, change it when it's scored as germs can linger in the grooves. If wooden, it lasts longer with proper care - I tend to ignore official guidelines and replace when it need it.

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  13. I'm not sure, maybe once a year or , if like me you have a glass one, when it breaks. I love this one in the giveaway, so stylish and funky, my kitchen is red and cream and this would look so nice x
    Twitter @tjsi1963

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  14. I'm not sure but I'm guessing mine have overstayed their welcome!!

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  15. Pretty much annually, but we have never had a very good one to be honest!

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  16. I change mine whenever they look worn out.

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  17. I think it depends on how often you use it and what it is made of. I have wooden chopping boards and have been told to salt them, don't leave them to soak and they will last longer, but I'm planning on getting some more as they do look a bit tired and I've had them a couple of years now

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  18. I would say once it starts to warp

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  19. replace it if it gets too scratched

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  20. When the old one is damaged/worn.

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  21. I change my chopping board once a year.

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  22. I'd say when it starts looking worn or has deep groves that can't be cleaned.

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  23. If there is any obvious sign /s of damage e.g. cracks, scratches etc. As these make it difficult to clean thoroughly. Timing of replacements could vary due to frequency of use etc.

    Rachel Craig

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  24. Not very often!! I love this board.

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  25. After six months seems reasonable.

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  26. Every 6 months

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  27. I have changed chopping boards when they started to look worn - I have had a glass board for about 4 years now and it looks good as new!

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  28. Only have one board and thats for cutting raw meat. Last changed many years ago.
    S hurrell

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  29. When the surface is pitted or worn out

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  30. every few months or when they get damaged

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  31. How often should you change your chopping board?
    whenever you feel like it lol

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  32. love the idea

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  33. I was told that plastic and wooden cutting boards do wear out over time, however, once any cutting board becomes excessively worn or develops hard-to-clean grooves, they should be discarded and replace! This splash chopping board looks great! So unique! Thank you xxx PS I have different chopping board too - for raw meat, cooked meat, veg, bread etc

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  34. I change mine every 3 months as germs get stuck in the scratches. Hygiene in the kitchen is important especially when you have kids.

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  35. when it is too damaged to used?

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  36. I'm not sure. Think it depends on the quality of the board. - Karen Milburn

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  37. When the groves are too deep is when ours goes in the bin :)

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  38. Funky looking board. I like the colour! Red would suit my kitchen perfectly

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  39. Every 6 mths but don't think we do - oops!

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  40. when it begins to look worn.

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  41. Doesn't it depend on the material? I have a glass board which I have had for ages, but a plastic one I would change every year or so

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  42. I'd say once every couple of years provided they hadn't any cracks or splits - if they did I'd replace them straight away!

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  43. When to change a chopping board?
    What's the main criteria?
    I would say when it gets gouged
    Letting in bacteria

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  44. It really depends on how much you use it and how thoroughly you clean it. I'd replace when it looked worn, so for someone who buys decent boards and uses them daily that's about once a year.

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  45. every six months but mine is a lot older x

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  46. When your in IKEA and remember that you need a new one, (along with the rest of the totally unecessary items you've filled your trolley with :)

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  47. (I honestly don't know the answer to that, but it has to depend on the material it's made from? Glass can last a lifetime, surely? :)

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  48. when it becomes warped or has splits in it that can cause cross contamination

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  49. It really depends on the type of board you have and how you care for it. They can last for years but if there is any obvious damage it's best to replace them as bacteria will harbour in them.

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  50. How about I hedge my bets and say regularly?! Lol.......

    Laura Harris

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  51. Once a chopping board becomes excessively worn or develops hard-to-clean nicks and grooves then it should be replaced. The grooves are the perfect breeding ground for bacteria.

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  52. Wow! I googled it (I google everything!) it said every couple of years, so I bow my head as we bought ours when we moved in nearly three years ago.

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  53. when it is no longer hygienic or safe to use

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  54. I would say when it needs it, as they can last a while longer if you take care of them :) x

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  55. Wow that looks really good and would look great in my kitchen

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  56. I would say every 12 months

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  57. When it gets damaged such as lots of scratches.

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  58. Christina Brown18 March 2014 at 03:25

    Basically, whenever it's too damaged to clean thoroughly. If if has deep grooves or dents that you can't clean very well then it'll build up with nasty bacteria so it's best to throw it at that stage

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  59. As needs be :) I love this design!

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  60. Oh wow, I don't know! About every year or so I guess? I'm off to google...

    Thanks for the brill giveaway!

    Anna Ibbotson

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  61. I have no idea. I have had mine for years and I always thought that bleaching it from time to time would mean it is perfectly safe to keep on using.

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  62. It's something I've never considered. We've had our years and always give it a good scrub after each use. No problems so far!

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  63. depends on what it is made from and how you look after it. I would say when you need to?

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  64. I would replace it when it became overly stained or when it breaks - or when I see an uber cool one that I neeeed! Hehe.

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  65. I change mine every six months

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  66. I don't know? when it starts to look manky??

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  67. When you need to or when you find a fun new one!

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  68. We've got a glass one which we've never changed (had it two years) but plastic and wooden ones we've changed every 6 months...

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  69. As long as it's cleaned and not cracked I don't see any reason TO replace it. When it breaks.

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  70. It depends on how often it is used and how worn it gets.

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  71. not really sure, I change if is got scratches ect that bacteria can get in and it hard to clean

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  72. every 6 months? or before if it looks tired

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  73. Whenever it starts to look tatty?

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  74. It depends what you mean. If you mean whilst cooking then whenever you change from raw meat to veg or cooked meat. Or in the long term when they don't come clean (red peppers!), though wooden boards only need changing when you are ashamed of them.

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  75. Depends on the material - mine are mainly plastic so when it becomes worn in appearance or difficult to clean 'grooves'

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  76. just when its worn and needs it...in my opinion

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  77. It depends on how often its used, the material its made from and how worn it has become. Maybe every year?

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  78. every few months or when its broken

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  79. It depends on the use, what your chopping on it, and how damaged it is.. so each persons chopping boards will have a different life spam! :)

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  80. when it starts to get damaged

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  81. I have no idea!

    @jaizduck

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  82. I am guessing it depends what its made off ( in terms of "official" recommendations) I would say change it about every 12 months though .

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  83. every 6 months!

    trevor linvell

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  84. When it looks like I need a new one1

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  85. when it starts to either be too worn or deeply scratched that it cannot be cleaned properly hence harbouring germs , however with proper care wooden boards can last for ages

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  86. Its glass and i boil it in the sink

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  87. When it's needed. Really depends on the material and use of the board

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  88. Not sure, I guess it depends on what it's made of :-)

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  89. I change mine every year - or sooner if they look too damaged or worn!

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  90. Ooooh, I use things until there is absolutely no life left in them - every little helps ;)

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  91. depend on the quality and the type of board and how often we use it

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  92. I replace them once they're worn and scratched to bits, probably once a year. I use plastic ones that go in the dishwasher so cleanliness isn't an issue

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  93. I don't know the recommended length of time but I certainly change mine when it becomes stained or too badly scratched to clean properly.

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  94. I don't know the recommended length of time but I certainly change mine when it becomes stained or too badly scratched to clean properly.

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  95. When its over used and beyond cleaning

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  96. I change mine wooden one every year

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  97. When it is looking like an eye-sore :)

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  98. I would say when marks a visible or once a year :)

    @oneisjamie

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  99. I think it would depend on what it is made of? My chopping board is solid beech, I sterilise it once a week in Milton/boiling water and oil it afterwards. It's now about six years old and perfectly fine.

    @TrishIsTheBoss

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  100. whenever it doesnt get clean properly anymore

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  101. Never really thought about it! Guess once it's showing signs of damage?

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  102. I would think depending on the type, when it is scratched beyond use.

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  103. About once a year, depending on the material it is made from.

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  104. No idea, probably at least once a year :D

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