Smith and Fong in SSF has it. It is not cheap!!!!. Sit down when they tell
you the price. PALS can probably get it for you and it might be worth
pricing it there. Other places to check would be Higgins and Aura,
No harder than the acrylic ones that are sold in kitchen stores. Kitchen
knives are soft and get dull frequently. That is why a steel works so well
and why butchers and sushi chefs are always honing there knives. I also read
a report that wooden cutting boards are safer germ wise than plastic.
Have you DAGS for this? The bamboo flooring supplier with whom I have
dealt carries a plywood/paneling material, as do several of the others.
Look for them online; the company I bought from was called
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