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Repairing cracking cutting boards

 
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What is your most successful process in repairing cracked cutting boards?  I wash and oil them but they tend to crack on seam regardless.  Any good tricks?  Do I have to let it split in half before repairing?  I am not a fan of wood glue in my cooking utensils but trust that somebody may have a great idea.  Thanks in advance!
 
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Found the previous thread about this, once I posted.  I must not have delved deeply enough in my search criteria.  Thanks!
 
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This thread has a lot of good ideas for fixing cracked cutting boards: Fix split chopping board?
 
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Yes, thank you very much. I will do that.
 
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