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Posted on Stubborn gray marks left on maple

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#1 posted 01-25-2013 01:36 PM

It actually looks and is located, running with the rays, like fungal stain which is a drying defect. Is it in other pieces cut from the same stock or even the other side of your cutting board? If it’s fungal stain, it can run pretty deep into the end grain of stock. You can lighten it with oxalic acid if it’s fungal stain. I doubt you’ll sand it out without removing

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