How to DIY Washing & Cleaning: Cast Iron, Bamboo, Cutting boards, Stone bake ware & more

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Extend the life of your kitchen tools & bakeware safely, effectively & easily.

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As I keep saying in my blog posts & my reviews I never wash some things with soap, ovenart 2even natural soap, yes never. Things like bamboo products such as utensils & cutting boards, Pizza stones & other stone bake-ware, cast iron, ice-cube trays, baking mats, silicone bake ware & more (including my coffee cup).hand wash baking soda

First I fill the sink with warm water & add enough baking soda & mix it in to feel the baking sodas slickness in the water (usually about 2 to 4 tbsp of baking soda), I add the products & wash then rinse.

If something will not come off after even soaking in the baking soda water I will then simply shake or sprinkle some on the wet item & use a dishcloth or sponge to clean it, if baking soda body washneeded I do use a natural scrubber like the Spaghetti scrubber. Then I rinse with warm water. I keep baking soda by the sink in the kitchen in a shaker for just this use, for washing hands & even for a spot free clean & shine for stainless steel pots, pans, tea pots etc.

For some products like bamboo & Cast iron & even some stone you also need to keep it conditioned & so after patting the item dry I will then apply a thin layer of coconut oil & rub it in. Surpahs1

It really is that simple & it really does get them clean & keeps them lasting longer & yes they will be germ free & disinfected too, if you are still worried about germs simply mist on some colloidal silver & allow to dry. You can also add in using a bit of vinegarLime juice or lemon juice while cleaning (not on anything stone, use peroxide on stone instead). Extend the life of your kitchen products & stay away from soap.

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One thought on “How to DIY Washing & Cleaning: Cast Iron, Bamboo, Cutting boards, Stone bake ware & more

  1. It is so cool that I can use simple baking soda in order to clean the cutting board! Thanks a lot for sharing this trick! Waterloo Carpet Cleaners Ltd.

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