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Posted on Filling tiny defects in a cutting board with epoxy

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ScottKaye

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#1 posted 11-21-2018 02:55 PM



After looking at your photo a second time Scotty the small inclusions don’t really matter.
You have long grain mixed in with end grain. The project is doomed to fail
All the grain needs to run in the same direction esp with a cutting board because it will cycle from wet to dry.
No fooling Mother Nature

- Aj2

I guarantee you, It’s all End Grain. Walnut and Maple including the long runs of maple strips

-- "Nothing happens until you build it"


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