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papabe 01-30-2012 06:51 PM

help glazing a large butcher blook top
 
I made a 8' x 8' block countertop and I put 2 coats of glaze on it but I can't seem to get it even os smooth./Please and ideas THANK YOU

joecaption 01-30-2012 06:57 PM

First question is why in the world would you want to try and Paint that type of top?

titanoman 01-30-2012 06:59 PM

What's glaze?
Is that like urethane or paint?

bob22 01-30-2012 07:40 PM

You are supposed to glaze the ham before cooking, not the butcher block!

titanoman 01-30-2012 07:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bob22
You are supposed to glaze the ham before cooking, not the butcher block!

Ah. A good laugh. Thank you.

Jackofall1 01-30-2012 08:03 PM

The only thing you have to put a butcher block is linseed oil, light sanding with a 120 grit and then apply oil to block, to be done every 3 months or so for the first year and then every 6 months after.

Mark

oh'mike 01-30-2012 08:22 PM

Mineral oil is what I always used in the past---

jlmran 01-31-2012 09:23 PM

What is the glaze you used?

mrgins 02-01-2012 12:03 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jackofall1 (Post 839641)
The only thing you have to put a butcher block is linseed oil, light sanding with a 120 grit and then apply oil to block, to be done every 3 months or so for the first year and then every 6 months after.

Mark

^^This^^

jlmran 02-01-2012 04:48 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by mrgins
^^This^^

That it mrgins opinion. I am asking the OP what HE/SHE used in the original question.

oh'mike 02-01-2012 05:33 PM

The OP has left---

mrgins 02-01-2012 05:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jlmran (Post 841465)
That it mrgins opinion. I am asking the OP what HE/SHE used in the original question.

These are all our opinions. The first question to ask is why he used the glaze.
That is one huge butcher block. I assume it wasn't endgrain exposed!

Jackofall1 02-01-2012 05:50 PM

Like so many before hime the OP became abusive to our members when he didn't like the answers being given and let loose with a barrage of expletives.

Mark

mrgins 02-01-2012 05:53 PM

oh well...win some lose some!

papabe 02-01-2012 07:23 PM

glazed top
 
i join this site for some help and all i get are smart guys with no help at all except to break balls ..................the reason i'm glazing the top is that it is being used as a center piece...to set around and serve from it......now if that makes everyone happy now can someone please help the glaze is famouswood.... glaze coat ...high gloss finish.... it from lowe's again THANK YOU


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