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Water "stain" on cutting board

AntarcticWidow | Mar 14, 201803:58 PM     4

While making dinner last night, I left a couple of peeled eggs on my new cutting board. I didn't realize until I started cleaning after dinner that the eggs left wet spots on the board. I wiped up the excess water then covered it liberally with kosher salt overnight. This is what it looked like this morning, and it didn't seem to take up much of the moisture. I am hesitant to oil over it and seal in the wet spots.

Fyi, I oiled the board for two+ days used half a bottle of Boos mystery oil, followed by a coat of Boos board cream before using, so I was surprised to see it was still so thirsty.

Any suggestions on how to dry it out without damaging the board? TIA.

water "stain" on cutting board

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