LIGHT UP AND PURIFY YOUR WOODEN CUTTING BOARD
As food particles sink into the sections and scratches of cutting loads up, they start to smell over the long haul. Salt can remove these small food scraps and light up your board’s tone. This strategy works best with fine table salt that can shed within the cuts.
Cover your cutting board with salt and rub it with a warm, soggy washcloth. After you’ve altogether scrubbed your board, clear off the excess salt and wash it routinely with foamy water. Your cutting board should look and smell like new. In the event that it doesn’t, rehash the cycle until it does.