September 30, 2013 By TheGoodwillGal Leave a Comment
I always manage to find wooden cutting boards at Goodwill that I can’t resist.
First, I sanitize the board with a mixture of bleach, hot water and dish detergent. I’ll even let it soak for a bit if I feel it needs some extra cleaning.
Once I give the board a good scrubbing and it’s completely dry, my next step is to use some wood oil that’s food safe and specially made to keep the wood from drying and cracking. I rub it into the wood until it no longer keeps absorbing the oil then I let it dry for a few hours.
This is one collection that could easily get out of hand, like my Milk Glass, if I let it.
Do you buy cutting boards at Goodwill?
The Goodwill Gal
My Goodwill Shopping List:
Butcher block cutting board: $3.99
Cow cutting board
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