How to Build a Butcher Block Table
Add extra workspace to your kitchen with a butcher block table from Design on a Dime.
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small table or cabinet
clean damp cloth
2 paint trays
paint (Behr Bayside #510F-5)
butcher block (slightly larger than tabletop)
vinyl or rubber bumper pads
1. Sand down the table with a palm sander to remove old paint and stain (figure A). Remove dust with a clean damp cloth.
2. Apply one coat of primer and let dry. Paint the entire table desired color.
4. Place the butcher block on top of the table bumper side down.
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