|Forum topic by toolbeltsrule||posted 03-31-2010 02:05 PM||6269 views||0 times favorited||4 replies|
03-31-2010 02:05 PM
I’ve searched on this but didn’t find anything…
I’ve made a butcher’s block from european oak, it’s end grain and everything’s going well so far…! I’ve just taken it out of the clamps and noticed that some of the edges haven’t lined up perfectly so there are small gaps between individual pieces. I’m just wondering how to fill them to stop bacteria building up. I used Titebond III as the glue and could i just fill the gaps with that, kind of pseudo-filler? Is there an epoxy that is suitable for food contact? Or, if i just used lots of mineral oil will that keep the nasties at bay?
Thanks for any advice!!