Speaking of toothpicks............
What type of wood are toothpicks made out of? Are they treated with anything to keep them from splintering so that some stupid idiot from here in California doesn't sue the manufacturer for a billion dollars? Or is the particular type of wood one that doesn't splinter when wet?
What about the yummy cinnamon (or other) flavor of toothpicks? Same wood or different wood?
And for you turning folks...is there a special chuck for turning toothpicks?
How are they formed?
Last edited by Mark Rios; 07-09-2007 at 01:08 AM.
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