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Thread: cleaning cutting board

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    Once I had a tool to clean my cutting board but has disappeared HOWEVER, I remember reading different things to clean the board BUT remember none of them....can anyone help me??????

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    Welcome from Ireland. I use a strip of masking tape.

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    I use a lint roller...one of those with the sticky paper on it.

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    Welcome from Louisiana. When mine got bad I asked for a new one for Christmas. I got 2 large ones. Love them!

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    A nylon scrubbie will work to clean it too.

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    I use the bath net scrubbie!! You can get them for less than a $ at Wal-Mart or dollar store.

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    Welcome from Florida Betty. I'm not worried about cleaning mine, I just wish there was a good way to "renew" one...Mine is pityful....Guess I'll have to buy one with a coupon the next time I go to Joannes.... :-)

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    I've had good look with just a damp washcloth, scrubbing in circles over the surface.

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    This what I have used. I have a self-healing mat now and less probs.

    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    A nylon scrubbie will work to clean it too.

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    Welcome!
    i just use a damp rag.

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