The chopper wood is customary in the kitchen, is extremely useful in preparing food. Given its use, it also requires a constant cleaning. It needs special care (especially if it is made of wood) because is undergoing with the knife and because of its cleansing.
Because they are designed to come into contact with different food, wood chopper are treated with different oils. Otherwise, the wood would absorb all liquids and lifespan of the chopper wood would be extremely small. One of the biggest disadvantages of wood chopper is that it gets stained easily, and if you do not clean them right after you’ve used them, you risk having the stains to install on them forever. Always clean with a baking soda and lemon juice, then wipe with a towel to absorb excess water.
If you can not get rid of all residues with a sponge, you can use a metal spatula, scrape the surface of that chopper. It helps also to remove water and excess. For your own health, we recommend using natural cleaning products.
It is known that lemon has multiple uses, and in terms of cleanliness are among the housewives favorite ingredients. Sprinkle some salt over cutting board, cut the lemon into two halves and rub the wood surface with it. Leave the mixture of lemon and salt overnight to act and then clean with a damp sponge. This method will also help you get rid of unpleasant odors.
Along with lemon, baking soda is another product that you should always have on hand. It is perfect to get rid of stains on cutting board and on various surfaces. Apply baking soda on the surface and rub the stained area until the baking soda penetrated the wood. Wait a few minutes, and then clean the chopper.
When you are using various trading products, such as chlorine for example, you have in mind to use then some vinegar to neutralize the product. When all methods of cleaning refuse to fail when you are trying to get rid of spots, you can always resort to grinding. Use some sandpaper and sanded the entire surface, then apply some mineral oil to finish.
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