1. Apply some salt

After washing the cookware with dish liquid, pour a good amount of coarse salt over it and rub it with a half-cut lemon until the salt has dissolved. Once done, rinse with cool water and allow it to dry.

4. Allow to soak in vinegar

You can also soak the cookware in vinegar to get rid of unwanted stains and odors. Simply soak the wooden utensils in equal parts white vinegar and water overnight. And the next morning, wash them under running water and pat them dry using a kitchen towel.

6. Soak in warm water

You can also clean them by soaking them in a solution of warm water and dishwashing liquid. The warm water kills the bacteria, and dishwashing liquid removes odour and also cleans the marks of masalas and oil. 

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