All finishes made after 1972 are food-safe when cured
properly. This process can take several weeks after a film has formed. We
recommend adding a couple days beyond the products label’s recommendation to
allow for temperature and humidity variations. A good rule of thumb is 30 days.
One of the latest tools to enter the hobbyist woodworking market is the CNC – a machine featuring Computer Numerical Control (CNC). Lettering, engraving, carving, and even three-dimensional cutting are now commonplace, and turning out a professional looking project is easier than ever before.