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Posted on Filling tiny defects in a cutting board with epoxy

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#1 posted 11-21-2018 03:16 PM

Discussed many times, but wooden cutting boards won’t provide the proper enviroment to promote the growth of bacteria/ pathogens. If the defect is small yet still clean”able” its of little concern in the aspect of food safety, yet the woodworker in me would also be looking to correct/patch the defect TOO!

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