Treating Stains and Buildup
1.Give the wooden bowl deep clean with salt and lemon. From time to time, your wooden bowl can use deeper cleaners than soap and water. Pour some coarse (large grain) salt into the bowl. Cut the lemon in half, then rub the juicy pulp on the surface of the bowl. After washing, simply wash with hot water and a mild dish cloth.
Lemon juice is commonly used as a disinfectant, and salt provides slight wear on the surface of the bowl. Lime can also be used, and ordinary salt will have a similar effect.
Also wash the outside of the bowl.
2.Disinfect the wooden bowl with vinegar and water. Mix three tablespoons (44.4 ml) of white vinegar into a glass (240 ml) of hot water. Dip the towel into the mixture and wipe the entire surface of the bowl with the solution. Let the vinegar sit for five minutes and follow the standard washing procedure.
Depending on how often you use the bowl, disinfect after about five uses.
3.Use fine sandpaper to gently remove scale. If you have been using your bowl for many years, they may form stuck residues. Polish with fine sandpaper and wipe lightly with a grain of wood. This will eliminate a thin layer of bricks. Blow out a bit from the unfavorable position and mix it with the rest of the bowl.
You only need to polish the area with a lot of deposits instead of grinding the entire bowl, but if the whole bowl has deposits, you can gently polish the entire object.
Remember that you just want to put aside the extra non-wood layers that have been developed. Don't put too much pressure on you and you start to take off the wood.