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21 posts in 1645 days


#1 posted 1633 days ago

Thank you all very much for the ideas. mdbohica, I really like your “wild idea.” It does solve a few problems. I think what may work is for me to put in dovetail stitches where necessary, but maybe it would be wise to actually route the block and take off approximately 1 inch. I would then actually make a new cutting board about an inch thick and attach it to the current butcher block. This I think would get rid of any germ problem that may have developed at the dump.

Jim, I really want to avoid cutting the block in half. It’s just sooooo heavy and I actually think there are threaded rods running through it

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