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Thread: Is it time to buy a new one?

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    Junior Member mamaheath's Avatar
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    I let my sister borrow my 6x6 rotating cutting board. It was returned with lots of cut marks in it. This is a self-healing board. I think she might of used it to cut denim. Is there any way to salvage this or just buy a new one?

    Thanks!

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    Super Member quiltmaker's Avatar
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    Try this....

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-64181-1.htm

    There have been a number of threads here about repairing your cutting matts.

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    There is a sanding thingy for sale out there that they say will fix the cuts. Haven't tried one, so can't say if it works or not. Good luck!!

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    Junior Member mamaheath's Avatar
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    Thanks. Its been soaking for about a half an hour now. This cutting board is only about a year old and used only a few times before lending it out. I hope soaking it will be helpful.

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    what brand is it? Another member on here contacted Fiskars about her Fiskars matt and they sent her a new one.

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    Junior Member mamaheath's Avatar
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    it is in fact a fiskars. I will look into doing this tomorrow. Thanks for the advice!

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