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#1 posted 03-13-2013 09:04 PM

I’ve made some big butcher blocks for a meatcutter friend. I think your on the right track with tightbond 3. I used Watco butcher block finish, and we both liked it. Stuff builds and finishes kind of like water based poly. Supposed to be food safe. I’ve added coats later with no problems.
But no matter what you use, if they submerge them in water for long periods, there will be trouble. Hope that helps.

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