How to Clean Wooden Bowls 1-Cleaning with Water and Dish Soap
30 July 04

Cleaning with Water and Dish Soap

How to Clean Wooden Bowls 1-Cleaning with Water and Dish Soap

1. Wash your hands with hot soapy water. Take a soft towel or a soft sponge and place a few drops of mild detergent on it. Soak the cloth or sponge with hot water and thoroughly wipe the inside and outside of the bowl. Do not immerse the bowl in water or soak it in water during this process. 

Wooden bowls are easy to absorb, which is why you should not soak or flood them. For the same reason, it is important that you never put the wooden bowl in the dishwasher.

Do not use scrub pads or steel wool unless your bowl has a hard accumulation. Soft cloths and sponges are basic enough to clean.

How to Clean Wooden Bowls 1-Cleaning with Water and Dish Soap

2. Rinse the bowl with hot water. After thorough washing, flush the entire intestine with hot water. Do not immerse the bowl in water while rinsing. It's important to get all the soap out of the bowl so that it doesn't get soft. 

Try to rinse the bowl in about five seconds instead of leaving it in running water.

How to Clean Wooden Bowls 1-Cleaning with Water and Dish Soap

3.Dry the wooden bowl with a clean towel. Wipe the entire bowl with a clean dry towel to remove as much moisture as possible. Because wood is easy to store moisture, it cannot be completely dry with a towel. Just make sure it's just slightly damp after it's finished. 

Pressing the towel into the bowl may be more helpful than drying other materials. Pressure will absorb some moisture.

4.Place the bowl on a drying rack to complete the drying. After wiping the bowl with a towel, place the bowl on a drying rack and let it stand until it is completely dry. You may need to let the bowl dry overnight. If you don't want to stay overnight, check the bowl after hours. 

Do not put a still-soaked wooden bowl in the cabinet. This may cause it to dry completely and may damage the bowl or cause mildew.