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I made this CB as a thank you to a neighber for taking care of my property while I was sick. Its made from Black Walnut, Hard Maple, Paduck, Shedua, Yellowheart with Bolivian rosewood feet. It is 12×12 x 1-5/8. Sealed with salad bowl finish and soaked over night in mineral oil/beeswax. I also attached rubber feet.

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Now this is a nice looking cutter. And it made a great gift, I am sure. I like the look that the rosewood feet give to the board. I may have to try this.
 

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Beautiful CB. Your neighbor will love it.
 

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That yellowheart really makes it pop. Nice job.
 

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Love the cutting board! It will make a beautiful gift!
 

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What a great gift. Great looking pattern and wood color choice.
 

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I will take care of your property anytime you like if this is the you say thanks. Very nice piece, great job!
 

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Only problem I am sure he will be afraid to cut anything on it….......
 

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The whole is better than the sum of the parts and I do like the feet..
 

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Nice job.
 

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Beautiful! excellent choice of woods.
 

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very nice board but I have a question. When I have used padauk in an end grain cutting board I am never able to get rid of all the saw dust in the wood pores. Then when I apply butcher block oil, the color rubs off on the cloth. I have tried my air compressor, tack cloths, the shop vac and even a cloth with isopropyl alcohol. It just seems from the drum sander and ros, that wood dust won't come out.

How do you manage this issue?
 
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