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  • #52713
    airscapes
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    Polyurethane?? on a cutting board?  Normally you apply mineral oil, at least those were the instructions in high school wood shop and with every wooden board I have ever purchased.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uUyQIn6tmFQ

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    #52717
    Richard
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    Yeah, it’s something I bought at Lowes.  Combination poly/linseed especially made for cutting boards/food stuffs.  Went out to the garage to take a picture but I must have used the last of it.

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    #52720
    airscapes
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    Oh good!  Glad it is something appropriate for the purpose!

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    Smith Danial
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    I have a couple of Japanese cutting boards and I really like them because  These Japanese-type boards are easier to clean well and to sanitize. If you have Japanese knives then use the best  cutting boards for Japanese knives. I think this cutting board is best to use for the home kitchen.

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