Those considering butcher block as a kitchen countertop option need to decide which of the two finishes best suits their needs – the one for cutting and food prep, or the other for service and display. (Obviously, this is a critical choice.) Butcher block requires a bit of maintenance, including regular sealing, oiling, and occasionally sanding and/or resurfacing.
Pay special attention to the space around your sink. If you have silicone sealant or similar that is visible, you’ll want to remove it with a razor blade before you begin spreading the concrete, because (I learned) the concrete doesn’t stick well to the rubbery surface.
Another big pro is the fact that tiles are heat-resistant and this means you can put hot pans and pans on it without worrying it will get damaged. Tile countertops are also scratch and stain resistant up to a point.
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