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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBondy View Post
    All according to one's taste. I think the multi-coloured handles etc are extremely ugly and I would not give one house room! Just my personal opinion!
    Was talking about the crack though he's done the odd bit with normal wood too.
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    I expect you are right David, there from the start. Just had a good look over mine and no problems. It lives next to the V, warm kitchen, every reason to do the same but hasn't.
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    OK. I think that this thread is now getting silly and childish. I will try to delete it ...
    An espresso machine and a grinder - who wants to read a whole list?

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    It might just be the grain opening up. See this for instance. The back looks as it did when it arrived

    NichGrain.jpg

    Pretty typical of some types of oak.

    Guess I'll give the woodwork a coat of danish oil. Not one I'd usually use but if done just before bed time should be dry in the morning. 3 treatments should be enough. Just hope I pick out a good real danish oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DavidBondy View Post
    I have just heard back from Niche. They are sending me a new piece of wood!

    David
    good move from Niche Coffee Ltd
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    Exactly what anyone would expect from Niche and also a good reminder to take care of the wooden tray...

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    Just applied Brandon Wax Oil treatment to mine, and the LI handles while I was at it... deeply satisfying.

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