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Project by ARTTdylan posted 03-23-2010 04:01 PM 2043 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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Edge grain Dark Walnut Butcher Block Island Top with detailed edges and and curved sides.

-- Dylan - www.arttwood.com -





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Leslie

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#1 posted 03-23-2010 04:54 PM

Oh that looks good.

-- Leslie, TX

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#2 posted 03-23-2010 05:36 PM

Thanks Leslie.

-- Dylan - www.arttwood.com -

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#3 posted 03-23-2010 05:52 PM

very nice.

AKA…............Woodchic

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#4 posted 03-23-2010 08:40 PM

That’s great looking. How will you mount that to the island?

-- Ralph New Hampshire, www.realcomtel.com

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ARTTdylan

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#5 posted 03-23-2010 09:03 PM

That is for the homebuilder to decide. More than likely they will screw it from the bottom side.

-- Dylan - www.arttwood.com -

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#6 posted 01-24-2012 02:10 AM

Nice piece, Thought about making one to replace my countertop. Saw where someone on this old house was using 2 part epoxy as a filler and hardener for a surface?

What would you use for durability and low sheen?

Thanks!

-- Cau Haus Designs, Thomas J. Tieffenbacher

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ARTTdylan

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#7 posted 01-24-2012 05:07 PM

Our customers typically use mineral oil with some beeswax which is applied every few weeks. I have had customers who do not plan to use their cutting board as a cutting surface. In that case they/you could use any type of finish that dries completely. Anything that dries completely is technically food safe if it is not cut into. – The two part epoxy can be sanded to a desired sheen after initially applied.

-- Dylan - www.arttwood.com -

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