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    Quote Originally Posted by panda View Post
    does a 3/4" version of this exist? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01B3NQTKW
    I have only found a 1" version... on Amazon also.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...oop_bw_c_x_3_w

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    Quote Originally Posted by skewed View Post
    That is the same pic included in most of the sani-tuff pics I have seen.
    When you're done looking at pic there's also dimensions, a source and a price.

    @ Panda - This is a 3/4"
    Older and wider..

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    Quote Originally Posted by daveb View Post
    When you're done looking at pic there's also dimensions, a source and a price.

    @ Panda - This is a 3/4"
    Nice, I missed the 'each height' line in the specs. The price is really nice.

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    dave i am failing to see a 15x20x3/4 here..

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    Whoops. 18 x 24 and a table saw.
    Older and wider..

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    right on skewed, good lookin out. bookmarked*

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    I use Sani-tuff 3/4" and it works well and does not seem to be too hard on my knives.

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    3/4 will do for most uses 1" will be good for more heavy duty maybe butchering even though i have found the 3/4 enough for most applications and easy to hadle around in a busy kitchen . Also a good difference in price usually between the 3/4 and the 1 inch versions sometimes which i think most dont need to pay.

    Earlier someone referred to the Asahi Board . Personaly i have used the Asahi for a lot of fish fabrication tasks and it proved pretty bulletproof . It is expensive , at least more expensive than the other boards (hi soft, synthetic, wood core or even hinoki ) and to me feels a little "harder" but it does perform flawlessly meaning even surface even with hard cuts , rubber adherence , no smell and microbe absorption plus it has survived a busy 4 sushi chef station for 5 years so i think it was a good choice .

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    My wife is blind and does not trust herself to wash a wooden board good enough so she wants to be able to put it in the dishwasher. I had our main counter covered in one big piece of hdpe but finally removed it and cut it into smaller boards. but I need up with two few of them. so to have a couple more what would be the easiest on my knives but is fine in a dishwasher? (I made the mistake of trying some smooth faced hdpe I had left from a job) all the food slid off it.

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