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Here’s a nontoxic way to clean and disinfect a cutting board, using half a lemon and coarse salt. Let it dry completely overnight before treating it with cutting board oil, made specifically for wood.

Watch the video above to see Joe’s Simple Solution.

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  1. Hello: Do hope you receive this message. It has been some time since I have
    received one of your helpful emails. Always looked forward to them.
    I signed up for “Tips” to see if that will help.

    Miss hearing from you all. Hope to hear from you again real soon!

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  2. Hello again.

    Your video for” How to Clean and Disinfect a Cutting Board” came in today.

    Thank you so much. Was given my grandmother’s very old cutting board and I am looking forward to cleaning it with the method on your video.

    Blessings to everyone. C F Jefferson

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  4. Like you for telling us how to disinfect wood cutting boards!! I am wondering if you can use the same way for plastic or other kinds of materials? Almost all of our cutting boards are
    Plastic. I clean them as much as I can but they still look dirty. I s there anyway to use on them so they are clean and look a lot better?

    Thanks,

    Tanya Schroeder

    • Hi, Tanya,
      This cleaning and disinfecting tip is intended only for wood cutting boards.
      We welcome fans’ suggestions for cleaning those plastic boards.
      Any ideas, y’all?

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