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Hardwood Cutting Board Kit, 8-1/2''W x 16''L x 3/4'' Thick

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Hardwood Cutting Board Kit, 8-1/2''W x 16''L x 3/4'' Thick  Hardwood Cutting Board Kit, 8-1/2''W x 16''L x 3/4'' Thick
Hardwood Cutting Board Kit, 8-1/2''W x 16''L x 3/4'' Thick
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  1. Unglued Cutting Board, 8-1/2''W x 16''L x 13/16'' Thick
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  3. Titebond® III Ultimate Wood Glue
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  • This item: Hardwood Cutting Board Kit, 8-1/2''W x 16''L x 3/4'' Thick $24.99
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This do-it-yourself cutting board kit includes a blend of cherry, maple and walnut strips for pleasing contrast. You can rearrange the strips to achieve different effects, or purchase multiple kits to create a wider cutting board. All strips are machined from quality hardwoods that will stand up to heavy cutting and chopping. The edges are pre-jointed to ensure a neat, strong glue joint. Thickness is 13/16'' to leave room for final sanding once the cutting board is assembled. We recommend using waterproof glue to join the strips. Dimensions are nominal and may vary slightly.

(3) Pieces of Cherry, 1-1/2'' x 16'' x 3/4'' Thick
(4) Pieces of Walnut, 1/4'' x 16'' x 3/4'' Thick
(2) Pieces of Maple, 1-1/2'' x 16'' x 3/4'' Thick
More Information
Manufacturer Part Number CBK204
Weight 2.3000
Tech Spec
  • Assembled Width: 8-1/2''
  • Length: 16''
  • Thickness: 3/4''
  • Wood Species: Cherry, Maple and Walnut
Prop 65 WarningWARNING: Drilling, sawing, sanding or machining wood products can expose you to wood dust, a substance known to the State of California to cause cancer. Avoid inhaling wood dust or use a dust mask or other safeguards for personal protection. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/wood.
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Great and Easy!
This was one of the easiest project to do. It took one weekend to finished. I’ve debated on what to use as a food safe finish and ended up with old fashion olive oil. Then added bee’s wax as a final coat.
November 13, 2018
Purchased
1 month ago
Woodworking Experience:
Intermediate
The kit came in good condition. The wood had a nice grain to it and was all milled the same. However, when I glued and clamped it, I must have done something wrong. The finished board was seriously twisted. It was too much twist to sand or plane flat. I guess I'll have to try again another time... maybe only glue a few boards together at a time?
November 27, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Woodworking Experience:
Beginner
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please put my 15% discount on this order
Dennis R on May 21, 2018
As a Christmas gift to make for someone
Jimbo on Nov 13, 2017
please put my 15% discount on this order
Dennis R on May 21, 2018
Good reviews. Pretty wood ready to put together
Gay C on Dec 6, 2017
As a Christmas gift to make for someone
Jimbo on Nov 13, 2017
Making it as a gift
Wayne J M on Nov 12, 2017
Making gifts
Daniel L on Nov 11, 2017
christmas present for son
Randy R on Dec 16, 2016
Starter project
Steven S on Nov 17, 2016
Good reviews. Pretty wood ready to put together
Gay C on Dec 6, 2017
Making it as a gift
Wayne J M on Nov 12, 2017
Should these be dowled for strength?
Chuck F on Dec 3, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chuck,
You could use dowels but it is not necessary for this project. I used Titebond III then applied basic clamping skills using parallel clamps to hold the strips together along with clamping cauls to keep the surface as flat as possible.
Good luck with your project.
Scot
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