Miter Saw, Sander, Sandpaper in a fine grit, Butcher Block Oil, Old rag, Rubber feet
Process: Cut your piece of wood to the size you want your cutting board to be. Our kitchen is rather small, so I made sure it would fit comfortably on the counter and not take up too much space. Sand down your piece of wood going with the grain until it is smooth. Don't forget the sides and corners! Using your old rag, treat the wood slab with butcher block oil, following the instructions on the bottle. I treated mine 4 times letting the oil soak for 20 minutes in between. Finally, adhere the rubber feet to the bottom four corners of the cutting board.
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