You should clean your cutting board thoroughly after each use with hot, soapy water and a scrub brush.
No, bleach can be too harsh for wood boards and may leave behind toxic residues. It's better to use a solution of equal parts water and vinegar or hydrogen peroxide.
No, you should not put your cutting board in the dishwasher as this can cause warping and cracking. Instead, clean it by hand with hot, soapy water.
It's a good idea to oil your cutting board every few weeks to prevent cracking and warping. Be sure to use food-grade mineral oil or beeswax.
You should not use your cutting board for anything other than food preparation, as this can damage the wood and contaminate your food.
Store your cutting board in a dry, well-ventilated area to prevent mold and bacteria growth.
No, as this can cause warping and cracking.