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Thread: Making new cutting board

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    Making new cutting board

    I want to cut up my old cutting board into smaller pieces. What tool does one use to cut it into smaller sizes?

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    A very sharp knife(Stanley) and a ruler. Glad it's you doing it and not me.

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    You can use one of those really small power saws (battery driven). They cut through most anything and leave a smooth edge.

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    Do a search on line.... I haven't searched but know a lady that took her garden shears & cut hers up into very usable sizes. Good luck...and please let us know how you do and what you managed to use to do it.

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    I used tin snips.
    "I do not understand how anyone can live without one small place of enchantment to turn to."
    Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

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    I used my Cutco kitchen scissors and they worked perfectly!
    Have a happy day,

    Fran

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