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Thread: cutting board

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    what do you use to clean your cutting board?

    jeanette

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    I use a strong netting and a loofah sponge. I've just gotten a new one that is self healing and the net is all I've needed to get the little strings. The old mat had no healing properties, I wore grooves into it and had to number it backwards. I did use a really fine fine sand paper on it to get the highest edges off the grooves before I renumbered it.

    I wish I could afford the really big self healing.....that would be a special treat!

    Happy Quilting,
    Sharon

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    I bought a "mat smoother" on sale at one of the craft shows and use that. It's great.

    This board has such great money saving ideas. Wish I had checked here first.

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    I use one of those pot scrubbers that's good for teflon pots. It's got a rough texture, but doesn't scratch the mat all up. The one I'm using right now also has a sponge on the other side that I use to just dust off puppy ears and loose string right into the trash.

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