Just been asked to fit a kitchen with oak worktops that have square edges. I thought straight forward butt joins with biscuits would be the way to join them. However the customer has asked for the top edges to be chamfered at 45 degrees. I could buy a suitable router bit, but I don't think the join will be neat if the edges are chamfered. Is using my worktop jig to cut male and female sides of the join going to work? Or should I duck out and suggest that if they wanted chamfered edges they should have bought worktops that had them?