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IKEA 365+ Cutting board,

Price $ 4.99/3 pack

How to get it

Easy to clean, handle and store, these chopping boards can also be used as lids. Choose a lid color based on the food. Maybe red for meat, green for vegetables and blue for dry foods?

Article Number604.063.04

Product details

Can be used as a chopping board, a lid or become a perfect cheese dome together with the food containers in the IKEA 365+ series.


IKEA of Sweden


Length: 8 ¾ "

Width: 6 ¼ "

Thickness: ¼ "

Package quantity: 3 pack


Awesome Cutting Boards!MonicaLove the colors and fits anywhere very easily. Happy with my purchase.5
Good productTishGood product5
easy to useVilmait’s very useful, very light & I labeled it by color for meat,veggies& fruits used only so that the food was not contaminated,I gave 4 stars because it’s a little bit smaller hope next time they upgrade it to make bigger.4
Cool ideaPeterIf you get the IKEA 365 container, you can use it as a lid for this. It’s a cool idea. We put cheese on the cutting board and then the container on top. A chic way to cut cheese.5
Perfect for small cutting jobs.LouisePerfect for small cutting jobs.5
Need to refresh my cutting boardsMargaretThese are a perfect size for doing quick chopping of smaller things like apples, etc5
They work as expected.MisterlThey’re cutting boards. What more can I say?5
Works but I threw them awayTomThese are the perfect size and do what is intended of them, however, you will notice that little tiny bits of the board material will start showing up on your food. Once they get scratches from cuts you will see it. I don't know about you but I don't want to be ingesting little bits of plastics and forever chemicals.2
Very goodLauraVery good5
Great small cutting boards.KristineThese small colorful cutting boards are perfect to use on our bar counter.5
Nice little cutting boardGloriaGreat for quick use. Works well.5
Just the right sizeDonnaThis size is just perfect for small jobs.5
HandyUmut A.My second set. I use them alot since they are smaller.5
Versatile small cutting boardsVickiThese 3 cutting boards are perfect for those small slicing/cutting/chopping jobs in the kitchen.5
small and convenientNancythis is small and convenient for small spaces but careful to put it in dishwasher.4
Very goodMarianaVery good5
Perfect size for a small apartmentMayronGreat5
Great valueCatherineTend to use several small cutting boards for a single dishwasher cycle :)5
Great little cutting boardsDonaldGreat little cutting boards5
Nice sizeDianeNice size5
IKEA 365+ Cutting board, 8 ¾x6 ¼ "

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