Boos Blocks tables are all part of America’s Heritage. Generations of families and professionals in the USA are proud owners of these beautifully crafted pieces of fine quality, workmanship and design. Some pieces are now vintage collectibles passed down through generations. Boos Blocks® gourmet kitchen furniture provides extra quality works space. And, its natural beauty provides a classic and authentic character and presence in your kitchen. They come in all shapes and sizes as well as many different colors and finishes.
• 1-3/4" Thick Northern Hard Rock Maple
• Edge Grain Construction
• Available With No Shelf or (2) Slatted Lower Shelves
• Boos Block Cream With Beeswax Finish
• Renewable Sustainable Hardwoods
• Alabaster Color Base
• 35" Overall Height
Varnique Top Care & Maintenance
Varnique Finish is a beautiful semi-gloss finish that is virtually maintenance free. It is impervious to most household chemicals. Cleans up easily with mild soap and water then wipe dry.
1. DO NOT cut into a Varnique finish top.
2. Cuts into the finish should be resealed immediately to prevent the exposed wood from absorbing moisture.
3. Varnique finish can be spot sanded, if needed, or repair and finished with EZ-DO wipe-on poly gel.
Stainless Steel Care & Maintenance
Use the correct tools, clean water and non-chloride cleaners to wipe off dirty stainless steel surfaces. Do not allow liquids, food particles, dirt, or foreign debris to stand on the stainless steel for prolonged periods of time. Do not use chlorine bleach. If used, rinse off with water immediately and wipe off surface with a soft clean towel. Always clean and wipe following the polish lines of the stainless steel.
There is no doubt that John Boos craftsmen love and know wood and stainless steel. We are experts in handcrafting top quality products of beauty, durability and function. Our pride in craftsmanship represents John Boos & Co.’s commitment to quality and is proudly displayed as the final touch to many of our heirloom quality products. Pride and Craftsmanship are the key ingredients in everything that we do.
We take pride in sourcing our hardwood lumber from NHLA (National Hardwood Lumber Association) affiliated lumber mills in the United States. Made in the USA.