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We have a garbage disposal in our sink so I thought it would great to have a board so I could scrape the cutting right into it, easy clean up.

-- Dave, from Canada, http://simplywoodproducts.ca





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mggraphix

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#1 posted 236 days ago

Great idea! Looks good too!

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redryder

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#2 posted 236 days ago

Great fit and design.
That should get used a bunch….....................

-- mike...............

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CueballRosendaul

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#3 posted 236 days ago

How’d you do the bottom? Are there feet, cleats, or a rabbet around the edge? I’m planning to make one for our new kitchen and will include a channel routed in the perimeter to route the runoff to one side as well.

-- Matt CueBall Rosendaul. I don't think I've ever had a cup of coffee that didn't have cat hair or sawdust in it.

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Dave Dufour

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#4 posted 236 days ago

Answer for CueballRosendaul

On this one I rabbeted the bottom out.
The next one I made I used rubber feet about 1/2”-5/8” high. (Home Depot)
The rubber feet is the best way to go and a lot easier.
Just set feet inside the sink basin.

Just a warning these over the sink boards warp pretty easy because of moisture from the drain and people leaving water around the edge of the sink.
I have to replace mine every 2 or 3 years.
I use a mineral oil finish on my boards but I thought about using a lacquer or urethane finish on the bottom
That might seal it good enough.
I don’t sell these boards just for that reason.

-- Dave, from Canada, http://simplywoodproducts.ca

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Dusty56

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#5 posted 236 days ago

I was also wondering what held this pretty board in place. Nice idea using the rubber feet : )
My friend has an over-sink board that is warped to heck. I might steal your idea as a Holiday gift for her : )
Thank you !

-- I'm absolutely positive that I couldn't be more uncertain!

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Hawaiilad

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#6 posted 236 days ago

Great looking board. I wonder if making them end grain it would help with the warping. We have a board I made from Corian that we use for this and I also made a larger one that covers both sinks…gives the wife a little more counter space.

-- Larry in sunny and warm Hawaii,

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MarkTheFiddler

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#7 posted 236 days ago

Brilliant cutting board! Thanks for the fantastic idea. She’s a beauty as well. Excellent job.

-- Thanks for all the lessons!

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mloy365

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#8 posted 235 days ago

Nice.

-- Mike - Northern Upper Michigan

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Fishinbo

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#9 posted 232 days ago

It looks great in your kitchen. Like the design and wood colors. It will serve you well. Great job!

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