Engraved Large Wooden Madia Box with Lid
Wooden through with two AVPN® engraved logos, made by expert artisans and suitable for traditionally manually kneading the flour to make large batches of dough (around fifty to fifty-five pounds, or one bag of flour).
The wood has not undergone to any harmful treatment and it is suitable to be used in contact with food; it is also free of odors that can alterate the taste on the prepared dough. The thickness of the wood is less than half inch.
The Madia box is not an ornamental tool but a working box aimed to better and homogenously mix the ingredients to prepare the dough. For this reason, sometime the color of the panels may be slightly different each other and showing the presence of some knots.
How do I clean the Madia?
The Madia should be scraped with a spatula and cleaned with a damp cloth. If exceptionally washed with water (it is highly recommended to not use chemical cleaners to avoid surface residue), immediately pass a rag and leave it to completely dry in open air.
Are the Madia boxes water proof?
Yes, all the Madia boxes are water proof but since they are made of pine wood panels glued together, we don't guarantee a perfect proofing if the water remains for a long time inside the box.
Are the Madia box lid made of pine as well?
No. Since the thickness of the lid is smaller, we build the lid with a single panel of plywood in order to avoid the lid will bend with the humidity.
Is the lid hermetically closing the Madia?
No. The purpose of the lid is to cover the box in order to prevent something goes inside. If you want to prevent the dough become dry, we suggest to put a weight on top of the lid.