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5 tips for taking care of your wood cutting board (and deodorizing)

Now, if the lemon and salt didn’t do the trick and there is still some odor left, it’s likely that the smell will naturally disappear as it dries.

But there is another way to get rid of stubborn odors, according to Alame and Yu, is to use a sponge or a toothbrush to scrub off the smelly part of the board. “You can make a thick paste by mixing three parts baking soda with one part water and note that bad odors left on the surface are often caused by weak organic acids,” they explain. “Baking soda neutralizes such acids, eliminating their odors,” they added.

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