How to: Repair Worn-Out Cutting Boards with a Few Simple Steps
Have you ever pulled out your cutting board just before dinner to find a rather large crack running up the middle of it? When you pay a fortune for a good board, problems like this can make you hesitant to want to throw them out for another one. Frank Howarth recently posted an inspirational process video for a repair job he did on some rather large sushi cutting boards for a local restaurant. Now, you might not find yourself needing to repair such large boards but you can definitely apply his method to any size board you may have. All you need is a good table saw and a decent amount of clamps to get the job done. You won’t have to worry about is using biscuits to align the joints since your boards are likely much smaller than a sushi board.
Subscribe to Frank’s page too, he posts some really intriguing and genuine videos frequently. Including this enthralling stop-motion process video he made for a pair of bookshelves.