Whatever you mean by salt blocks, no. They dissolve.
While salt blocks are extremely durable, they will eventually erode away like other stones and minerals exposed to heat, water, and other chemicals. Himalayan salt blocks are found exclusively in the Pakistan Himalayan Mountains, in queries where the 500 million year-old salt boulders are unearthed. They are like stone, but a little of them comes off every time they’re used (for a cutting board for example), but I’d expect it to last on the order of decades.
Not entirely sure what you mean by “salt blocks”, but when salt is exposed to moisture it is prone to breaking down.
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