New Galley Cutting Board

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14 years 6 months ago - 14 years 6 months ago #302 by Derek Keeping
Ocean Dove's galley cutting board was in poor shape and unsanitary. I replaced it with 1/4" plastic cutting board and teak trim. Price $24 Admiral's smile Priceless.
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14 years 6 months ago - 14 years 6 months ago #306 by Deborah Streeter
Looks good! We had the same issue when we bought Free N Clear 10 years ago. Once I started washing the old cutting board, the wood expanded, but not the glue and it started to come apart. Our new cutting board is a bit thicker than yours, and we have added plastic panel encased foam insulation on the bottom about 2.5 or 3 inches thick. I also put two fiddles on that bit of space between the frig and freezer. They are a bit shorter than the width so that crumbs can be removed easily. They are the perfect distance apart for holding jars/cans/bottles while underway, keeping them from rolling around and falling back into the frig/freezer while the lids are open.

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14 years 6 months ago - 14 years 6 months ago #307 by Derek Keeping
The 1/4" plastic cutting board was shaped then screwed directly onto the old wooded board, the teak fids were attached by screwing through the back side of the wooded cutting and plastic board so there was no screw holes to fill.

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