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9. Apply a food-safe finish for protection and shine. Once you've done enough sanding (don't forget those edges!) the real payoff happens. Apply a liberal amount of food-safe finish such as mineral oil, wiping it on evenly using a rag, a brush or your hands. Stop and admire the color and grain of the wood released by the oil. Let the oil penetrate for 15 to 30 minutes, then wipe off the excess. Repeat the process two to four times for a stronger finish.

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Arrange woods, glue, sand, square, sand, mineral oils (food-safe finishing)
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9. Apply a food-safe finish for protection and shine. Once you've done enough sanding (don't forget those edges!) the real payoff happens. Apply a liberal amount of food-safe finish such as mineral oil, wiping it on evenly using a rag, a brush or your hands. Stop and admire the color and grain of the wood released by the oil. Let the oil penetrate for 15 to 30 minutes, then wipe off the excess. Repeat the process two to four times for a stronger finish.
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