In “10 Times You Should Never Use Antibacterial Wipes”, Alberto warns not to use wipes on hardwood surfaces:
“Wood surfaces need to dry quickly, but wipes leave the surfaces relatively wet,” says Alberto Navarrete, the General Manager of Frisco Maids in Dallas, “so that is counterproductive.”
Alberto was also quoted in “The 6 Best Ways to Clean a Wooden Cutting Board”:
After you’ve cleaned your wooden cutting board with hot water and soap, rub it down with a damp cloth dipped in salt. Alberto Navarrete, General Manager of Frisco Maids recommends salt as a great solution for how to clean a wooden cutting board because it is a good abrasive that will remove all of the stains and gunk. Navarrete suggests that you also mix the salt with vinegar or lemon to remove any odors from the board.