Tree Trunk Cutting Board

marie26May 28, 2005

I'm new to this forum. I live in an area where many log cabins are built. I've seen wide logs that could be cut to the proper height that I would like to transform into a table with a cutting board on top. I had seen one like this that a friend had purchased at a furniture store.

Does anyone know how I would do this? Do I need to sand it down completely? What sealer would I use on the sides and on the top?

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I'm so glad you posted this on a few of the forums to get an answer.I went looking for someone to help you and found the Q&A in another forum. Sometimes a specific forum member has the perfect answer. I sure would to see a pic of your finished product, if you can manage one.

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