If cooking on the block is simple, cleaning and maintaining the brick is even simpler. Given the fact that the surface is non porous, the juices from the food do not penetrate it. This means that you won’t have to clean the slab as much. Also, salt being a strong anti bacterial and anti fungal agent, you do not have to worry about the surface of the cooking brick getting contaminated.
However, you do need to remove any pieces of food that may be stuck to the surface. For this, all you have to do is use a metal sponge and scrub down the surface to dislodge charred food and particles of burnt salt. Follow, this with a round of wiping with a damp cloth and that is all there is to cleaning the block. If you feel that some of the food odor lingers, use a slice of lemon on the slab or a few drops of lemon juice. Rub it all over the cooking surface and then scrub it with the metal sponge.Click Here to Visit Our Store
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