Tips for Making a Brick Style Cutting Board. In this video, you can learn from the mistakes that I've made. I provide you with some tips for making a brick style cutting board based on lessons I've learned by making several of these over time. I will discuss some of the issues I've run into, and how to prevent them so that you can end up with a better product in the end.
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