Re: micro-FAQ on wood # 027 cutting board wood?



WHERE DID YOU GET THAT INFO? What exotics are you talking about ?
Jerome
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JRY asks:

Check woodweb.com for more info.
Charlie Self "Political language... is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind." George Orwell
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Charlie where in woodweb.com is that info? I just spent some time searching for exotic hardwoods to avoid using in cutting boards but found nothing.
Jerome

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cutting boards but found nothing.
*** Rule of thumb is that light-colored and lightweight woods are much less likely to give problems than dark-colored and heavyweight woods.
So something that should be safe is rubberwood. Given how much it is used for kitchen utensils one fervently hopes so! PvR
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