- 3-4 piece rubber sealing gaskets for preserving jars
- 1 chopping board
For years I did the common thing of wetting a tea towel and placing it under my chopping board in order to secure it to the bench, with my wife often complaining about the use of her nice tea towels.
Naturally, there were quite a few stains, that could not be removed anymore and stayed in the towels even after washing.
Recently however, a French chef colleague of mine, asked me, where he could buy sealing gadgets for preserving jars. To my question why he would use the gaskets only rather than the glass as well, he simply lifted his chopping board and revealed that he uses them to keep his board from sliding.
Having since used them, I have to confess they are so easy to use, work at least as well as a moist tea towel and for cleaning – I just place them into the dish washer.
- Set up 3 to 4 rubber sealing gaskets in all corners of where you are planing to set-up your chopping board. Place your chopping board on top and you are set to go.
- There is nothing easier than the cleanup after the use of the chopping board as well. These rubber sealing gaskets are dishwasher safe and cleaning is so easy.