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Old 04-09-2013, 07:03 AM  
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Sounds good if you say it fast, but I doubt it.
Gee I'm hurt Neal :-)


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Left over hardwood flooring is good wood for cutting boards, free or cheap. But the compitition is all the retired guys doing for something to do and like spending a day at the flee market, talking to people.

People are always looking for bathroom vanities that look like furniture. Develope a couple designs that fit your abibility and tools and take them to the market, take orders to fit their needs and measurements.



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Claphams works great, is safe for food preparation, smells GREAT and is great for the hands!
http://www.amazon.com/Claphams-Beesw...s=claphman+wax

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ThAnks a lot

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I've done a couple cutting boards. When it came to finishing I purchased a 1 litre treatment specifically made for butcher block made by Watco. It's safe for butcher block, cutting boards, wooden utensils, etc.
Worked out well. They also sell natural oils. Price about $15.

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