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#1 posted 04-09-2020 02:42 PM

Mrpink

I totally get your point about just buying the butcher block this way, but I already have all of the individual boards and the tools to do it myself, so I’ll give it a go. Plus, there’s plenty of extra time during a pandemic.


I have a butcher-block top, and it s great. But the real advantage of it is that it was easy. I bought a 12 section from a local kitchen cabinet supplier, cut it in half, glued and screwed the halves together and quickly had a bench top that was 3.5” thick.

Piecing the top together would eliminate the main advantage of a butcherblock top.

- MrPink



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