3 LEVELS Of Cutting Boards – Beginner To PRO Build

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There are many different levels of cutting boards, from the beginner cutting board to the professional cutting board. In this blog post, we will discuss the three different levels and what you can expect from each one. We will also provide a tutorial on how to build a cutting board at the beginner level!

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What Is The Most Sanitary Type Of Cutting Board?

You would think that the most sanitary cutting board would be made of plastic, but studies have shown that wood is actually more sanitary.

The reason for this is that bacteria can actually penetrate the surface of plastic cutting boards, whereas bacteria cannot penetrate the surface of wood cutting boards.

Wood cutting boards are also more durable than plastic cutting boards. Plastic cutting boards can get scratched easily, which provides a perfect environment for bacteria to grow.

Wood cutting boards can be sanded down and refinished when they start to show wear and tear.

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What Are The 3 Types Of Cutting Boards?

As a woodworker, you know that there are different types of cutting boards. Here are the three main types:

– Hardwood cutting boards: These cutting boards are made from hardwoods like maple, oak, or cherry. They’re durable and can last for years with proper care.

– Softwood cutting boards: These cutting boards are made from softwoods like pine or cedar. They’re less durable than hardwood cutting boards, but they’re also less expensive.

– Composite cutting boards: These cutting boards are made from a combination of hardwood and softwood. They’re more durable than softwood cutting boards, but not as durable as hardwood cutting boards.

Which type of cutting board is right for you? It depends on your needs and budget. If you’re looking for a cutting board that will last for years, go with a hardwood cutting board. If you’re looking for a cutting board that’s less expensive, go with a softwood cutting board. If you’re looking for a cutting board that’s durable and less expensive, go with a composite cutting board.

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