HOW TO REMOVE SCRATCHES FROM A WOODEN CHOPPING BOARD
Use a fine sandpaper that is specially made for use on both wet and dry wood. The higher the number on a grade of sandpaper (known as the grit), the less coarse it is and the smoother the finish will be.
We recommend using a sandpaper with grit around 200 to remove gently work away the scratches, followed by a hand sanding with a 400 grit sandpaper to produce a luxuriously smooth finish.
Once sanded, wipe the wooden chopping board free of dust with a damp sponge and let it air dry.
We strongly recommend that after sanding, the wooden chopping board is oiled and waxed to protect it before it's next use.