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Posted on submerging cutting board in mineral oil

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#1 posted 11-18-2012 07:59 PM

I guarantee you will be eating poly if you use it on a cutting board. I mean USE the cutting board. Some of the cutting boards I’ve seen LJers making are absolutely gorgeous and I’d have a hard time using something so good looking. :) SHELLAC would make a better finish on a cutting board than poly. You eat shellac all the time anyways.

No sir. Don’t try to finish a natural wood cutting board with any kind of film finish if the board is actually meant to be used.

Apologies if I sound adamant, but I admit to having a real bias in this regard. So… just my opinion. Nice thing about opinions. We all have ‘em. Hope mine isn’t ruffling feathers as I appear to be trying to jam it down throats as the only valid opinion. :)

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