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Safety edge bench top is made of solid maple strips glued together and electronically cured The top is kiln dried sanded smooth and finished with a penetrating oil protectant Rounded front safety edge protects workers from leaningagainst sharp edges Tops must be oiled on all surfaces every 12 weeks depending on use or conditions for up keep Features. Maple Butcher Block Safety Edge Workbench TopSpecifications. Size 48 W x 30 D. Thickness 175. Construction Maple. Assembly Assembled. Top Construction Safety Edge

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