You should never use pallet material for anything that touches food. You never know what has leaked on a pallet.Al B Thayer said:If your just making cutting boards. Cut up some pallet material. Some of it is rock hard and not good for anything but short pieces. Will that be end grain or just fancy multi contrasting wood kind? You might find the pallet wood to be quite beautiful if the end grain were on the top. Al Nails only hold themselves.
Not a surprise on the price. Not too different than my location.I found 4 of those locally, Dave. The cheapest is the maple(if I wrote down the right one, oops.) @ $5 per board foot.
Not a surprise on the price. Not too different than my location.
Once you have the wood, take a look at forum member Kenbo's tutorial on making end grain cutting boards.