I used Scotch-Blue Painters Tape around the edges of my cardboard cutting board to protect it from getting bent up and worn. Just took a couple of minutes and will add years to the board's life.
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Handy! I have a rubbery one, and it's getting chewed up. I guess we've been pressing too hard...ReplyDelete
Great tip! Yeah, the cardboard edges does endure some rough handling sometimes:)ReplyDelete
It's too late for mine, it's very well worn :(ReplyDelete
That is a great idea....especially since mine has become a "permanent" fixture at the kitchen table..LOL... And bcause it's the one my mom used when I was little. To be perfectly honest it IS still hers(she thinks) so I def need to take care of it:)ReplyDelete
I've had my cutting board for years---and it has always had the blue tape on it. Funny, I don't remember putting the tape on. Seriously, I've had the same cutting board for about 20 years. :)ReplyDelete
what a great idea! i need to do this asap!ReplyDelete
Thanks For Share Awesome Free TutorialReplyDelete
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