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    A butcher block table (or counter) is a solid, wooden table. Originating in butcher shops (hence the name), this has become a popular household item. Butcher block tables and counters are durable and attractive looking. The downside of butcher block is that the wood is so porous it can stain easily....
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    Wood butcher blocks are beautiful additions to your kitchen, providing a sturdy work surface with the warmth and beauty of wood. However, to protect both the wood and your health, it's important to keep butcher blocks sanitized and sealed. If you take the time to clean and oil your butcher block about once a month, you can be assured it will last a lifetime. Here's what you need to know to properly maintain your butcher block. Materials Needed This project takes a total of about half an hour, but it's broken up due to drying time. You might want to pull out your wooden cutting boards and wooden handled cutlery and seal them as well while you've got the supplies handy. To complete this project, you will need: Natural soap or dish soap Scrubbing sponge Scrub brush White vinegar Lemon juice Table or kosher salt Mineral oil or other sealing oil Clean cloth or paper towels Butcher Block Oils There are several options for sealing butcher blocks, including: Food Grade Mineral Oil: This is