A wooden cutting board should never be put in water. I lean mine in the empty side of the sink and scrub with a nylon scrubbie and a bit of dish detergent after use. I then lean it upright against the backsplash until it dries, and store it flat. Also, every once in a while, I oil it with mineral oil, which can be purchased in the drug store. I use the oil also for my wooden cooking utensils, because I like the gleam they have when I'm finished! I just put a bit of the oil on a cheesecloth square and buff away.
NOTE: Be sure the oil says something such as "for consumption". Don't make a mistake and use furniture oil.
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