I want to make a very simple cutlery divider to go inside a kitchen draw.
It won't be on display (obviously) but I'd like to make a nice job of it.
What would be the best wood to use ? MDF ? Ply or something else?
On 6 Nov 2003 03:13:45 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Roger)
MDF doesn't like moisture. Ply has edges that need to be hidden. If
you do use ply, use a good grade of birch ply.
TBH, I'd buy one. It's the sort of job that's much easier to make by
the thousand, and "artisan handwork" adds little to it.
Die Gotterspammerung - Junkmail of the Gods
Hopefully he will dry the cutlery before re-placing it ;-)
I suppose he should consider what other finishes are in the kitchen
and try to match or complement them.
Its such a fiddly little amount I'd just use whatever I had in the
He would probably best see what is available and select from that
rather than go off with too firm a notion of what he wants.
Paul Mc Cann
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