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#1 posted 01-28-2013 07:00 PM

Purrmaster – I think there are a few tropical woods (lacewood, snakewood ??) that can cause a reaction in some just by handling them, but such woods are few and far between. Also, there is a lot of buzz out there about food safe finishes. I think it is Bob Flexor who says any fully cured finish is basically food safe, and he should know.

But saying “it’s food safe” helps boost sales I guess . . .

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