How to Clean a Butcher Block Counter

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Cleaning a butcher block counter is something that you want to do without using harsh chemicals. Clean a butcher block counter with help from an experienced cleaning professional in this free video clip.

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Hi, there, Teresa Ward, and today we will demonstrate on how to clean your butcher block counter, or surface, without the use of harsh chemicals. Chemicals tend to eat at surfaces, and a surface like wood absorbs. So, when cleaning it, you want to use natural items that are not toxic to you and will also kill any bacteria. Here is what you can do to safely clean your wood; white distilled vinegar, a fresh lemon, or straight lemon juice, baking soda and a sponge, or microfiber cloth. First, you will surface clean, using your sponge or cloth with vinegar and water. To remove stubborn stains, cut the lemon in half and then cut the side down, dipped into the baking soda. Use this to scrub away the stain. Repeat as necessary. No lemons? Make a paste using the straight lemon juice and the baking soda to a toothpaste consistency, and apply with a damp sponge or microfiber cloth. Afterwards, rinse away with the vinegar and water solution. We hope these tips help to keep your home clean, and remember, our reputation is spotless!


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