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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 09:41 PM

if it was beside the stove – it may have several years of cooking grease spatter on it.
this would be a good candidate to cut off a piece of the end and experiment first
prior to fabricating a whole new board only to have iit fail due to adhesion issues.

heavy acetone wash would be my first step followed with heavy duty degreaser.
(Dawn dish soap and scrub brush).
let air dry for a week, then do the test strip to check for adhesion confirmation.

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