Bamboo is a popular element for cutting boards. It is easy to clean and looks good with a variety of kitchen models. With increased use, food stains can begin to form on the surface of a bamboo cutting board. Even with careful cleaning, stains can develop from heavily pigmented foods such as berries and green vegetables.
With due care, these stains can be removed and the chopping board restored to its natural appearance. Things you will need: Lemon, salt, dishwashing soap, towel, mineral oil, and sponge. And to remove stain from a bamboo wood sheets, starting with wash the cutting board with warm soapy water to remove any food or grease on the surface. Rinse with warm water. Cut a lemon in half and pour the salt on the stained area.
Next, rub the salt with the lemon pulp. Letting the juice mix with the salt to create a paste. Add more salt if you dilute too much. If the stain does not rise immediately, let the mixture of salt and lemon juice rest for an hour on the table. Rinse and repeat the washing of bamboo chopping boards and soaking until the stain has disappeared. Last, rinse the card and cover it with a layer of mineral oil, massaging it with a dry cloth.