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Posted on Another what to do with this piece of wood. butcher block countertop

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John Smith

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#1 posted 01-09-2018 09:05 PM

the glue surfaces should get a good sanding – especially if there is any kind
of finish on the former show (customer use) side. If it was a counter top in its former life,
there is no telling what it is on it . . . so you must remove or at least abrade
all gluing surfaces prior to cutting into strips.

do you know the history of the panel ???

after enlarging your photo – I see it has an edge strip – - – -
are you sure this panel is solid wood strips and not a comopisite material with the wood edge ??

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