1. HOW TO CLEAN, REMOVE
STAINS, SANITIZE, AND STORE
YOUR CUTTING BOARD
2. CLEANING THE CUTTING BOARD
1. Use a metal scraper or spatula to scrape
away any remaining bits and pieces of food.
Throw the scrapings into the garbage
disposal, garbage receptacle, or trash bin.
3. CLEANING THE CUTTING BOARD
2. Scrub the board with hot, soapy water
3. if your dishwasher has an antibacterial
cycle, use it to wash the cutting board.
Otherwise, scrub it by hand.
4. REMOVING STAINS FROM THE
1. Wet the stained area with water and
sprinkle it with salt and allow the salt to sit
undisturbed for twenty-four hours.
2. Rinse the salt from the cutting board with clean
5. REMOVING STAINS FROM THE
3. Using the salt and clean water, create a
paste. Use a clean nylon scrubbing sponge or a
clean toothbrush to scour or scrub the paste
on the stained area of the cutting board.
6. REMOVING STAINS FROM THE
4. Rinse the area clean with fresh water.
5. Repeat the procedure to guarantee that you
have removed all of the stain. Rinse the board
clean. Scrub the cutting board with hot, soapy
water and rinse with clean water. Allow it to air
7. SANITIZING THE CUTTING BOARD
Combine one teaspoon of bleach to one
quart of water. Pour the solution onto the
entire surface area of the board and allow it
to sit undisturbed for several minutes. Rinse
the board clean with water. Allow it to air
dry or use a clean cloth to dry it.
9. STORING THE CUTTING BOARD
Cutting boards should be stored vertically or
in an upright position. This helps to avoid
moisture from getting trapped underneath
the board and the accumulation of dust or
10. Draw and define all of the Personal
Protective Equipment that we
have used in cleaning and cooking.