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Re: Butcher Block Top Reglue

William Duffield
I fixed a cracked teak butcher block starting with your method. Then I cleaned all the newly cut surfaces with acetone. Finally, I quickly glued it back together with West System epoxy, before any more of the natural oils in the teak worked their way back to the surface. (I think someone had left it on edge in a partially filled sink. It wasn't the cook. She knows better.)

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