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Wood Worktop Plinths: A Worktop Express® Nutshell Guide

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  1. Do we need to oil bamboo plinths or treat in other way for that matter

  2. Hi Angela,

    All wooden plinths will need oiling before installation – and although technically a grass – this does include bamboo. If you would prefer not to oil, there are other treatments available, which you can find out more about in our guide to treating wooden worktops – all of the options detailed would be suitable for use on plinths too.

    Kind regards,

    Stephanie @ Worktop Express.

  3. I want to replace my Black and Decker Workmate jaws with bamboo ones. Each measures 735mm x 125mm x 25mm. Can you supply in that thickness?

  4. Hi Steve,

    Thank you for your enquiry – as this isn’t a standard size in Bamboo you’d need to email our fabrication team with this request fabrication@worktop-express.co.uk

    Alternatively, we stock Oak and Beech in 27mm thickness and these timbers are less expensive than Bamboo.

    Many Thanks,
    Adrian @ Worktop Express

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