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Old 09-05-2005, 10:13 AM   #1  
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The Target dollar spot has these great plain wood cutting boards with a handle. I thought it would be fun to stamp on them with Stazon. Is it safe to use Stazon on a surface that will come into contact with food?
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I think I would try to contact the manufacturer on that one. They have a certain smell, and my first thought would be definitely no. Maybe you could stamp it and then coat it with something that is food safe. Still, I don't think I would want to cut on it. That could break your safe seal. Hmmmmm.
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It states right on the label, Do not inhale or ingest. That means don't eat it and if it comes in contact with food, you'd be eating it!
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Thanks for your response ladies. How about Stampin' Up!'s craft ink. Do you think that would be safe on a food surface?
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Honestly, I doubt you'd want to eat anything cut on it, even if it is food-safe. Cutting boards take such a beating that unless you're going to be hanging them on the wall as a decorator piece (in which case, stamp away, who cares if it's food-safe), I can't imagine ANY kind of ink that'll stand up to that kind of abuse. Are you talking about something to serve food on? Like a wooden platter for cheese and the like? I don't know if there's anything safe to stamp on that, but I'll be watching for that answer. Everything I've seen has been clear glass and stamped on the underside.

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