How to Get Rid of Garlic Odor

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To remove garlic odor from a wood cutting board, use mild dish soap, white vinegar, lemon juice and a dry towel. Wash the cutting board with mild dish soap, rinse, dry and wipe again using white vinegar and lemon juice following the directions given by a chef in this free video on kitchen cleaning.

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Hi, my name is Tim Holiday. I'm going to show you how to get rid of garlic odor. I'm going to show you how to remove garlic odor from a wood cutting board. Things you will need: mild dish soap, white vinegar, lemon juice, and a dry towel. The first thing to do is to wash the cutting board thoroughly with the mild dish soap. Do not scour your board with steel wool or a rough sponge. This will only cause small nicks that will trap food particles. Rinse well and dry with a clean dry towel. Wipe down your board with a towel and around one tablespoon of white vinegar. This will help disinfect the surface and prepare it for a deep cleaning. Rub the surface of the board with some lemon juice making sure to cover it completely. Allow the lemon juice to sit for a few hours. Now, rinse the board with warm water and dry with a clean dry towel. And that's how you get rid of garlic odor.

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