Wood has long been used as a material for kitchen utensils, and especially for kitchen cutting boards, one of the basic kitchen utensils. Nowadays, plastic boards are often used because they are simpler. The aim of the diploma thesis was to produce a wooden cutting board that is also suitable for use in a dishwasher. We tested boards with six different types of composition, using both thermally modified wood and unmodified wood. We used red pine (Pinus sylvestris). Certain types of composition were glued with polyurethane adhesive, welded with swing welding and nailed with wooden nails. These plates were then tested by washing them using a commercial detergent in a dishwasher. We also tested the reductions in odour intensity and emissions from the wood based on the number of washes. We found that the most suitable thermally modified cutting board is made of cross-laminated lamellae with polyurethane adhesive. The intensity of the odour decreased with washing, but we did not prove a relationship between the number of washes and the emissions. We did not find any trace of detergent in the content test.