When washing your face you apply a cleanser, then a toner that kills off bacteria and hydrates the skin, then you apply a moisturiser.
The same applies with your chopping board.
First you want to clean your chopping board with water and a natural cloth, which acts much like an exfoliating scrub does for your skin - smoothing and refreshing the surface of your board.
Follow with some natural vinegar (making sure it's the real deal i.e. fermented and not a fake vinegar substitute). This is the antibacterial aspect of the cleanse. Leave to dry before doing the next step.
When done your dried out dull board will look renewed and refreshed.
|clean wooden chopping board with water and eco cloth|
|tools of the trade: natural vinegar and olive oil|
|after vinegar application leave to dry|
|after olive oil application leave to soak in overnight|