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Old 10-07-2011, 05:47 AM
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Default Re: Cutting board

Originally Posted by Corwin View Post
Question: Wouldn't the wax paper have the same potential problem as a waxed table top in regards to contaminating your workpiece?


The wax paper only deals with the work being addressed at that moment.
So, when the work is done, you have a virgin tabletop sans wax.
So, anything resting on that tabletop is not corrupted with wax residue.

Now, regarding the work being addressed at that moment of glue up - wax paper does not leave a residue.
It's like, hmm - Teflon paper.

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