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TwoShortPlanks | 17:52 Sat 03rd Feb 2024 | Interiors
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Really dull question, but... 

Any tips on how to clean a wodden board? It's pine, and gets wiped after every use, but I feel it could do with a deep clean. 



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*chopping board

Bicarbonate of soda, and a wet/moist scotch pad.

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Brilliant, thank you both! 

I use salt lemon juice and a scourer 

Redhelen72's  Answer is one that I was going to give.Lemon gets rid of any greasy residue,and the salt(I think) acts as a scourer,and possibly a neutraliser.

Sorry Helen.


The best thing you can do with a pine chopping board is to chop it up for firewood, pine is too absorbent for that purpose.

Get yourself one made of beech wood or even better still if you can, one made from sycamore.

Lately I've been seeing ones made of either acacia or bamboo.

I put mine across my washing bowl and pour a kettleful of boiling water over it.

As well as my various wooden chopping boards(but none in pine)I also have this set,which is colour coded,to enable you to keep seperate ones for different foods. User Recommendationref=sr_1_4_sspa?crid=34SQ8BMSVTBIA&keywords=folding%2Bchopping%2Bboards&qid=1706992935&sprefix=folding%2Bchopping%2Bboards%2Caps%2C136&sr=8-4-spons&sp_csd=d2lkZ2V0TmFtZT1zcF9hdGY&th=1


Being plastic,they are easy to clean, and don't harbour smells.


OG, I think 'Nita's Fluid Woodworks' is strictly for the birds, sorry. 


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Thank you for all your replies.

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