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Posted on Gluing granite to wood

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#1 posted 02-13-2010 01:00 AM

The least expensive way would be good ole silicon, they have used it for years, when setting granite counter tops.

Will you be just setting this freely on top of the wood? Or will there be a frame around the granite?

I built a buffet that has 3 individual pieces of granite in its top, the folks at the granite shop cut and fit them and then used 5 dabs of silicon to keep the pieces from falling out if the piece was ever turned on it side during moving.

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