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Date : 11-08-08 18:55
How to look after your kitchen cutting boards
 Name : : biomaid
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How to look after your kitchen cutting boards

1. Keep your boards clean, whether they be wood or plastic.
Wash them with hot soap and water after every use.
This is especially important if you have just been cutting raw meat or sea food
and you want to use the board for ready-to-eat foods such as vegetables, fruit, cheese, etc.

2. Depending on the usage, disinfect the boards periodically with chlorine bleach.
Give the board a preliminary wash, then pour the bleach solution on it and leave it for several minutes.
Then, rinse the board with hot water and leave it to dry.

3. Keep your boards dry when you don’t use them,
because any bacteria that find their way onto the board will not survive for
more than a few hours without moisture.

4. Don’t leave wood boards to soak in water.
They may widen or become soft, or the joints between their composing pieces may weaken.

5. Use the entire surface area of the boards when cutting, to ensure even wear.
Turn boards that have two cutting surfaces, to wear each surface equally.

6. Don’t chop on the boards crudely, with a big knife such as a cleaver,
because you may damage the board’s surface.

7. Change the boards when you see deep grooves or cracks in them.
It is more difficult to clean such boards, and bacteria may lodge in the crevices.

Conclusion
It’s a good idea to have several cutting boards to avoid possible cross-contamination.
Use one board for raw meat, poultry and fish and another for cooked
or ready-to-eat foods such as roasted meat, vegetables, fruit, bread, etc.

Why don't you use a natural TPU cutting boards for your family's health?

You can use Biomaid TPU cutting boards, with a different color for different kinds of food.
For example…

■a red board for raw meat



■a blue one for fish

■a green one for vegetables or fruits