Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Splash Chopping Board 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 myself to host this giveaway.

Just Mustard have kindly agreed to send one of these chopping board to one citrsuspice reader

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146 comments:

  1. Every 3 months due to germs getting into the scratches.

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  2. Every 3 months. Having 3 kids means my chopping board never gets a rest!! Would love love love this new one! Debbie Hay

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  3. They wear out over time but when they start to develop hard-to-clean grooves from your knife then it is time to replace them.

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  4. every few months or when its broken

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  5. i love this it's so unique! i would never change my board if i had this!

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  6. Edward Guerreiro18 March 2014 at 20:49

    You should replace your chopping board once it wears down in such a way as to create areas which are difficult to clean. I, however, have been using the same chopping board for 10+ years, and, unless I win this competition, I have no plans to replace it. I put it in the dishwasher after use, so as far as I am concerned, it stays clean.

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  7. I have no idea the ideal, but I suppose it depends on how often you use them and what type you have. I tend to replace mine every couple of years, but they are not used that often and wiped down with antibacterial fluid.

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  8. whenever your old one becomes damaged or unhygienic

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  9. Maybe every six months or so, or when it gets broken, if its a glass one x
    Tracy Sinclair
    Twitter @tjsi1963

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  10. I don't really know but i suppose when you feel you are unable to clean them properly

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  11. I don't honestly know. I have had mine for years. I use bleach now and again and always assumed it was still safe to use.

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  12. Every few years, unless you use it an awful lot and it clearly needs replacing before then!

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  13. Depends on the board - plastic should be changed when it gets too scratched to clean effectively - wood can last for years if treated.

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  14. It depends on what type but generally they will last if you take good care of them but you should replace them as soon as there is any damage as bacteria can harbour

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  15. you should change your chopping board when your old one gets damaged or old, or whenever you feel like a change! It all depends on how well you take care of it, doesn't it?!

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  16. I really do not know is the honest answer and probably a controversial one too!

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  17. I think it depends on the material. I have a glass board that is supposed to last for "years" but I think I would replace a plastic annually ish

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  18. i have one that I only use for meat and replace it yearly.

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  19. Change your chopping board when it becomes damaged by knife cuts or splits as these are hard to get properly clean and give a chance for harmful bacteria to grow!x

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  20. Chopping boards should be changed when they become damaged by knife cuts or splits as these are hard to clean properly and allow bacteria to grow!x

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  21. had one before BRILLIANT

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  22. WENE YOU GET FED UP OF IT

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  23. If you take care of the wooden ones and wash with soapy water and re oil once lightened then it can last for ages. Plastic ones are prob harder to keep clean and therefore changed more often. But it really depends on how often you use them .

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  24. when it becomes warped or it has splits in it

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  25. It depends on what material it is...I use a granite one now after my wooden one looked worse for wear

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  26. Replace if there are scratches or cracks

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  27. I never really thought about it before and we've had ours for years! Maybe every year or so? I'm going to buy a new one tomorrow!!

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  28. not sure to be honest, probable more often than I actually do

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  29. Depends on the material of the chopping board. Plastic one gets changed every 6 months.

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  30. I replace mine when it looks badly worn and/or is stained. I think if you use your board for meat, poultry and fish then it's probably a good idea to be a little more vigilant.

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  31. every 3 months..not that I do.

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  32. I suppose every 3 months but I rarely stick to that

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  33. Depends what it's made of and what kind of damage. Glass boards need to be changed if the crack or break. Plastic boards if they have deep scratches that are hard to clean. Wooden boards can be sanded or planed.

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  34. I would say every 6 months or when it gets difficult to clean

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  35. That looks like a really cool chopping board, I like the idea of the overhang to keep the board stable.

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  36. What a cool addition to any kitchen, and what a clever idea with the overhang :-)
    #blogclub

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  37. not sure the actual answer I usually just replace when it gets scratches ect that bacteria will get in to. this is a fantastic idea having the over hang bit to steady it :)

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  38. it depends what they are made of and how often you use them. Probably on how you clean them too, a synthetic one washed in a dishwasher must stay germ free for a lot longer than one washed by hand.

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  39. About every 3 months if plastic and replaced if it gets damaged, for example from deep cuts or scoring. Wooden ones if kept well, salted and oiled are more hygienic.

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  40. When it becomes scratched and you cannot clean it properly.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  41. Replace them when they wear out

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  42. When it becomes damaged and it becomes too hard to clean deep cuts, especially on plastic boards.

    (Now saying that I know some we have are about 8/9 years old!)

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  43. Every 3 months or so - the scratched harbour germs! :)

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  44. once a year ,i rarely think about it, unitl it looks tired

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  45. i would just say as it shows wear and tear but Im sure Im wrong

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  46. About time unchanged mine! 3 months.
    I think this is a great chopping board. Quirky and bright x

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  47. I didn't know there was a set time frame but I would say when they show signs of wear and damage.

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  48. Every few years

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  49. every three months

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  50. As long as you keep it clean - when it starts to break or discolour.

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  51. Didn'te realise you had to change it every so often as long as its kept clean.....

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  52. Not really thought about it. I suppose it depends on the quality? If mine gets a crack in then I always buy a new one as germs will get stuck in.

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  53. I honestly had no idea and best I do now reading comments ive had mine since ummm ;/

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  54. I'd never thoought about it, just change them occasionally, but will now !

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  55. I have no idea, but probably more often that I replace mine!

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  56. I have no idea, but probably more often that I replace mine! So fingers crossed it a great prize!!

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  57. I have no idea but I change mine when it needs changing. Now I'm starting to think that I may need to change it more often :/ Fingers crossed I win :)

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  58. I usually change them only if someone buys me a new one for Christmas!

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  59. every three months

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  60. depends on the material chopping board made out of

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  61. I really dont know which is worrying

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  62. Every three months as long as they don't get damaged as germs will get into cracks.

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  63. When it has deep cuts in it that could house bacteria.

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  64. Maybe every 3 months...or every 5 years like me!

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  65. Probably about every six months, I however am ashamed to say I don't ..... probably should do now!

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  66. I love the 99p ones from IKEA and usually change them every couple of months,,, I buy in bulk

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  67. Chopping boards should be changed when they become damaged by knife cuts or splits as these are hard to clean properly and allow bacteria to grow. But the actual timing depends on a combination of the individual material of the chopping board and how often you use them.

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  68. Around once a year I guess

    Kel Ellen Hirst

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  69. I really dont know, maybe every few months or so.

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  70. When it has knife cuts or other chips or damage - I'm not aware of an exact time frame :)

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  71. No idea!

    @jaizduck

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  72. Whenever the surface is damaged....cuts harbour bacteria

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  73. Whenever the surface becomes damaged...cuts harbour bacteria

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  74. IT should be every three months

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  75. no idea how often to change a chopping board

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  76. I'm guessing every 3 months but I'm not sure!

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  77. Every three months oops!! better get mine changed

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  78. ummm, haven't got a clue! I just buy a new one when the old ones got so many scratches and looks so ropey I can't look at it anymore

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  79. I guess they need to be replaced when they get damaged ... :-)

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  80. I only use stone chopping boards. Every time its used it goes in the dishwasher on its own on a hot wash. I replace it once a year. If I had plastic/wood boards, I'd use them once they started to get grooves in and became harder to clean.

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  81. Once it has deep scratches that you cannot clean properly

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  82. I'd say it depends on the board. A plastic one probably every 3 months, but whether you can sand down a wooden on I'm not sure

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  83. Much more often than I do, therefor I really need a new one!!!! ;)

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  84. I've no idea! But I feel that I should change mine, now I've thought about it :) I've had mine for years!

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  85. When you cannot get it properly clean

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  86. As and when I need to... I like change so prob more than I should to be fair :/ lol

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  87. I think it is when it starts getting bad so like every 3 months :)

    @oneisjamie

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  88. every few years or when broken.

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  89. Now because that is quite simply the coolest chopping board I have ever seen x

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  90. I change mine every 6 months

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  91. more often than I do (sounds like I'm not alone either!)

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  92. Every few months seems excessive but I guess if it's scratched and not regularly disinfected then it may harbour a lot of germs.

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  93. Every few months seems excessive but I guess if it's scratched and not regularly disinfected then it may harbour a lot of germs.

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  94. Every few months seems excessive but I guess if it's scratched and not regularly disinfected then it may harbour a lot of germs.

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  95. I chop on plates and dong use a board :-/ so I wouldn't know....

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  96. Once the surface has been damaged making it difficult to clean effectively

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  97. when they get scratched and can no longer be properly cleaned

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  98. I really cannot remember! How bad am I?!

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  99. I honestly cannot remember! How bad am I?!

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