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Oak from a wine processing at my work. The dark stripes were from right next to the bolt holes by which the oak was attached to a chain. I imagine that the wine penetrated more deeply there.Dave
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#1 posted 01-12-2014 02:48 AM
Oh man! You have SUCH a selling point!
“Wine Stained Cutting Boards!” 100% recycled from the wine industry!
Yuppies and Hipsters will pay TONS for these.
Very cool idea and a really nice board – really!
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#2 posted 01-12-2014 04:50 AM
KnotCurser,Seriously—it’s my first end-grain project! The thought never occurred to me. I do believe you have a point.Dave
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#3 posted 01-12-2014 07:10 AM
from junk but has a lot of character.
-- Abbas, Castro Valley, CA
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#4 posted 01-12-2014 12:51 PM
now you know…there’s no such thing as junk wood.Nice board.
-- Steve-- http://www.urbanexteriors.biz
Matt in Franklin
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#5 posted 01-13-2014 06:05 PM
I agree with shopdog. No such think as junk wood.
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#6 posted 01-16-2014 02:35 PM
It came out great. Like the grains, figures and colors on that beautiful oak.
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