Restoring a Butcher Block

I just got an old butcher block given to me and I would like to get it back in working condition, if possible. It is an end grain butcher block, two of the seams have separated about an 1/8 of an inch and the top needs to be cleaned and conditioned. Can I get this back to working order and if so how?

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By Darren7174

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August 20, 20100 found this helpful

I don't really know how you would go about it, but I do know that this sort of thing can be fixed. Why don't you try googling "butcher blocks" + restore or repair, and see what you get.

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