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Unread 06-16-2011, 10:28 AM   #52
TedW
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My biggest cart realization was that you add and remove a lot of very HOT components during some grillings, and you need a spot to place them that won't be affected by the heat.

I started building a table from Cedar that I had, and it looks great. I covered with layers of epoxy and polyurethane. Still looks great. These are plastics that will melt / burn. Not a great idea. Burn marks don't look great

So next time I'd go stainless, stone or maybe a poured concrete countertop as I've seen some do.
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