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Craftsman Butcher Block Top for Heavy-Duty Base Cabinets EXPIRED

Corwin 7,321 36,849 September 5, 2016 at 02:45 PM in Kitchenware & Cookware (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 09-05-2016 by johnny_miller at 07:10 PM View Original Post
Sears has Craftsman Butcher Block Top for Heavy-Duty Base Cabinets (114937) for $19.99. Select free store pickup if stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks Corwin

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This solid butcher block top measures 26.3"W x 17.5"D x 1.25"H and fits any 26" wide Craftsman cabinet. -johnny_miller

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Edited September 5, 2016 at 03:09 PM by TattyBear
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...This item is from Vietnam and made out of Rubber Tree Wood. It is okay for light duty work, but seems much softer than real Maple wood. This Rubber Tree Wood nicks and dents up easy, and doesn't like water at all. If I had to do it all over again, I think I would spend more money and get real Maple hardwood.

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-butcher-block-top-for-premium-heavy-duty/p-00947901000P?sid=IAx200508... [sears.com]
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As a pro woodworker, I'd MUCH prefer my workbench tops to be softer than any wood that I'm creating fine furniture from. When a furniture piece accidentally bangs into my workbench top, I want the workbench top to dent, not my table leg, clock face, desktop or other furniture pieces. Give me a sacrificial top any day, and I don't care if I have to replace it yearly, or more.

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nice find op
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Hey, can I use it just like a cutting board?
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Hey, can I use it just like a cutting board?
I have the same question. Thanks
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12.25 lbs
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12.25 lbs
meaning?
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Hey, can I use it just like a cutting board?
I imagine the finish is not food grade, so I would not.
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got two. been watching these for a while. great price!
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Quote from alxshanti View Post :
Hey, can I use it just like a cutting board?
Why not? I added a butcher block counter top to old kitchen cabinets to make an island. There are special "food grade" waxes you can buy at H0me Depot or L0wes to polish the wood.

But to use as a basic cutting board, it would seem rather cumbersome to drag it out every time you needed it.
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...This item is from Vietnam and made out of Rubber Tree Wood. It is okay for light duty work, but seems much softer than real Maple wood. This Rubber Tree Wood nicks and dents up easy, and doesn't like water at all. If I had to do it all over again, I think I would spend more money and get real Maple hardwood.

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-butcher-block-top-for-premium-heavy-duty/p-00947901000P?sid=IAx200508... [sears.com]
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I imagine the finish is not food grade, so I would not.
Quote from noANANDforme View Post :
Why not? I added a butcher block counter top to old kitchen cabinets to make an island. There are special "food grade" waxes you can buy at H0me Depot or L0wes to polish the wood.

But to use as a basic cutting board, it would seem rather cumbersome to drag it out every time you needed it.

You both make very good points I wouldn't have thought of that. Thank you!
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Quote from ArtieNJ View Post :
...This item is from Vietnam and made out of Rubber Tree Wood. It is okay for light duty work, but seems much softer than real Maple wood. This Rubber Tree Wood nicks and dents up easy, and doesn't like water at all. If I had to do it all over again, I think I would spend more money and get real Maple hardwood.

http://www.sears.com/craftsman-butcher-block-top-for-premium-heavy-duty/p-00947901000P?sid=IAx200508... [sears.com]
Yes, spend more money and get real maple hardwood that will stand up over time.
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These work decently for "some" isolation under a turntable
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