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Re: Restoring those plastic sink cover cutting board things...

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Originally Posted by TQA View Post
Don't have a router or easy access to one, I do have a jigsaw so back to my question.

What kind of blade should I use. Fine or coarse?
What??? you want to stay on topic??

I'd say a finer tooth blade, maybe even a metal cutting hacksaw style. You're likely to get some melting anyway, and the coarse saw marks are harder to clean up. I've cut similar stuff on a tablesaw and tried to 'iron out' the kerf marks but didn't really have any luck with that. A fine cheese-grate type rasp might do a decent job of post-cut cleanup.

Don't forget to disinfect the blade before cutting the raw meat template...
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