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WrathOfSocrus

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#1 posted 08-26-2012 08:47 PM

If you are making cutting boards and such, can you make them a little thicker for resurfacing in the future? Limiting sun exposure as suggested above would work best, but if you intend for it to be more of an heirloom or show piece I would think of refinishing it in the future. Also, if you make both sides the same then you can go twice as long before refinishing.

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