[MR] Food Grade Polyurethane?
logan at ebonwoulfe.com
Wed Apr 7 11:03:46 PDT 2010
there really is no such thing, only polys that are marketed as such. any
poly, once i fully and properly cures, is safe to eat off of. another
alternative, if youre just using wood and not trying to perhaps cover up
some painted or inlayed design, would be to use mineral oil. oiling the
wood is fine and needs to be done a few times a year depending on how often
you wash/use the item. also, you cannot sanitize wood and using plain dish
soap will not do an adequate job of cleaning it. after washing it in hot
water (with soap) pour a generous amount of salt on the surfaces, scrub them
down, let it dry, then rinse it off in hot water. after air drying (never
us a towel to dry dishes, its terribly unsanitary) just give it a quick wipe
down with mineral oil and your wooden ware will last for many years.
unless, of course, you arent using wood. then ignore everything i said past
the part about polys. ;^)
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Subject: [MR] Food Grade Polyurethane?
Does anyone have any experiance or know suppliers of food grade
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