I was thinking of burninsing some chopping boards to see how they came up.
One is an old face grain camphour laurel an inch and a bit thick (I was thinking of using this as a meat board because it can fit in the sink for easy washing).
The other is an unspecified (light coloured) Tasmanian hardwood cheeseboard that we were given for christmas. It's quite thin.
Both are pretty roughly finished.
Is it worth doing this? What sort of sanding progression should I use? Any special type of sandpaper?