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How to get smells out of your cutting board

Did you use your cutting board to cut something like a lot of onions, garlic, or even to debone some seafood? Will, sometimes it seems that the stinky smell is imbedding right into your cutting board and causing it to smell, even when you have washed it with hot soapy water, or even in the dishwasher! Here is how to eliminate the smell from a stinky cutting board, once and for all.

Lay your cutting board on a flat surface and pour enough vinegar onto the board to cover the entire surface. Allow it to soak in for a few minutes, wipe up the excess vinegar, then wash as normal. The stinky cutting board will smell fresh once again.

Also, here is how to disinfect a cutting board.

 



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