I love the feel of my Birdseye wooden spoons. It looks good, but more importantly, it feels good. To stay looking good for a long time, I have spent some time researching the best care and cleaning advice I could find. Today, I share what I have learned about taking care of wooden spoons, bowls and cutting boards.
Routine care of wooden spoons is: Wash the cutting board or scoop with soap and water. I recommend all natural real soap such as sunflower or Dr. Bronner. Be extra effective; use a brush to get into every nook or cranny. Always air dry your wood shed. Make sure the water does not pool in the bowl or on your wooden shed.
Sometimes wooden spoons, you will need extra love and care. Signs wooden shed you need more attention: Covering counter with several layers of newspaper. If it appears that there is a layer of oil on wood ware you, what you can scrape with a wooden spatula, clean and sanitary as described above. Then, wetting all parts with water and coats it with lots of kosher salt. After ten minutes, wet a soft cloth with warm water and rub the piece. Salt attract bacteria and gently smooth the finish. Alternately, use 120 grit sandpaper.