Dunelm customers left baffled over bizarre chopping board instructions

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Dunelm has been mocked online after a customer showed the strict instructions on a wooden chopping board.

The national chain is well known for its home furnishings with customers raving over its goods.

But one man was left scratching his head after noticing the sticker on his wooden chopping board.

It states: "WOOD CHOPPING BOARD. Wipe clean only, wipe up skills immediately to avoid staining. Do not soak, do not use as a choppng board."

Understandably the customer was left baffled by what the utensil was actually for.

Alongside a picture of the confusing instructions, his caption simply said: "Errrrr…."

Naturally, the pic has gone viral, with hundreds of people on Twitter guessing what the purpose of the board is.

One person joked: "Hahaha chopping board instructions clear as covid guidelines."

Another said: "It's obviously just a "show chopping board."

A third person added: "It’s not a chopping board for veg, it’s a karate chop, chopping board to prove how strong you are."

Many of the tweets shared a similar theme: "This has 2020 written all over it!"

But one mum has sung Dunelm's praise recently after giving her daughter's room a boutique-style makeover.

Shirley Hill, 4, from Kilmarnock, Scotland, put her DIY skills to the test using items from the retail store to transform her daughter's room.

Shirley told money-saving community LatestDeals.co.uk : "In designing a bedroom room for my daughter Sarah, 21, I took into consideration her personality and what would make her happy.

"She’s a beautiful young woman who likes doing her make up and hair so a dressing table with good storage was a must alongside a full length mirror for those important selfies.

“I wanted Sarah to feel she had a modern, bright, relaxing space that was contemporary and made you want to step into the room: a sanctuary."

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