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Posted by hhm1020 
wall or flat, or the other side of the drying
March 04, 2018 06:52AM
<p>be tight with the turn of the screw, with a little bit of a hand with a handle to turn it tight, tight to the cracks it has been completely above the living together, so later with a circle of iron with . 2, in order to prevent cracking the board, bought a new chopping board, should immediately coated with cooking oil or lard. Practice is: chopping board on both sides and around the top coated with cooking oil, oil to be </p>
<p>dried and then coated, painted three or four times. Chopping easy to crack the periphery, can be repeatedly coated more than a few times, oil can be used after. After this treatment, cutting board is not easy to crack. Because of the strong penetration of oil, but also not volatile, long-term moist wood, can prevent the burst of the chopping block. Oiled and anti-corrosion features, cutting boards are therefore </p>
<p>durable. 3, after cutting the wooden chopping block can use fresh skin (buy a skin with meat, cut the skin after going home, do not bring oil) on the side of the chopping board will be nailed to both sides of the crack, the use of dry skin shrinkage force Tension crack will not be afraid to continue cracking. In addition to re-use salt water bubbles: the use of the anvil plate absorbed salt, because of salt, easy to </p>
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