Rockler Router Bit Setup Jigs
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Question by iday_iday: is it wood finish, safe to come in contact with food?
i just got a kitchen center work small island cutting table from my neighboor. i allready sanded everything and apply wood finish im waiting untill tomorow for the clear finish. it has a small pocket inlay for the cutting table and i have the matching cutting table, i sanded it to remove my neighboors knife marks and clean it up.
i am wondering if i can use the wood finish and fast drying polyurethane in the cutting board. i am not sure if it its safe for food preparation because it contains LEAD.
i am using the brand “minwax”
2. Fast drying Polyurethane.
i wont be using the table for A WHILE. im moving in the 09/28 so it will be very dry by then. i am just working on projects before i move and ruin the other house tile with the mess.
its ok i just expanded my search and the safest and most conventional way its mineral oil. THANKS.
DIY Doc, i did not use finish i was allmost a 97% that it was not safe, i just wanted to be certainly sure since i wanted the whole set to match, but like i said before i extended my search and i found out the safest way its to use mineral oil. and thats what i will do.
Answer by J K
Lead would definitely be BAD to mix with food.
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