Friday, June 7, 2013

Keep cleaning a cutting board with vinegar

Cutting is a cutting tool that is often used for cooking. You know, if the cutting board is rarely cleaned after use will arise naturally bacteria and make the food you cook will be contaminated with germs. Cutting board that is used should be sterilized or cleaned in order to avoid germs. Here are some effective ways to keep your cutting boards clean and free of bacteria.

     Scrub the cutting board with hot water and soap, then rinse and dry thoroughly. Avoid soaking the wood cutting board in the water, because if the board absorbs water it will crack.
     Use white vinegar to kill germs on the chopping block by way of wiping. This method is a good way to avoid chemical cleaning fluids.
     Pour a mild bleach solution on the chopping block. Let stand for a few minutes then rinse and pat dry with paper towels. or you can use a vinegar solution.

To eliminate strong odors from cutting boards, trying to do it this way:

     Rub the cutting board with salt or baking soda. Let the salt or baking soda to absorb a few minutes, then rinse until clean cutting board.
     Sprinkle salt and fresh citrus fruit on a cutting board while buffed. Then wash cutting boards with soap and rinse thoroughly.
     Spray vinegar on the chopping block and then rinse thoroughly.

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