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Unread 12-13-2009, 04:14 PM   #46
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If i can't find decent shipping, I'll go with the flexible cutting boards. Use both sides and then discard.
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Unread 12-14-2009, 01:53 AM   #47
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The HD requires that a food serving establishment use 3 sinks for the cleaning or all materials including cutting boards. By law the wash sink must be large enough to submerge your largest utensil usually a cutting board. Now if it's over half way that's good. Then it must be rinsed in sink #2 and finally rinsed in sink #3 that has the bleach solution. You must use test strips to ensure the right mixture .

For cleaning counters they must be washed with a hot saopy water then risned then sprayed with a solution of bleach water - again tested for concentration. Anybody who takes a Serve Safe course will know all this as well as much more.
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Unread 12-15-2009, 09:38 AM   #48
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If i can't find decent shipping, I'll go with the flexible cutting boards. Use both sides and then discard.

Well if you are looking for the DayDots disposable cutting boards, stop. I just got off the phone with EcoLab (they bought out DayDots) customer service and they discontinued these. They said they didn't sell enough to warrant stocking them. They couldn't tell me where I could find the original manufacturer.

I only have about 40 left, so I am going to take great care in using them now.

On edit: I guess everyone already knew this. I just looked back a few posts. Damn, I'm still p.o.'d

On edit again: Looks like Cut & Toss has the same board, just a little more pricey.
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FYI - You can get them through Cut & Toss.

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Just ordered a 100 from http://Cut & Toss fast delivery 2 days
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Ordered three packs of 30 from smokey mountain smokers. They cost me $99 total which included shipping. That is just over $1 each.
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Smoky Mountain Smokers still has them, but they not longer print anything on the boards. The ruler was handy.

cutandtoss.com does print on them, and will also do custom printing. Looking at my old SMS printed board and the cutandtoss board, the printing is exactly the same down to the patent number, so it is likely that cutandtoss is the source for SMS, or they are both getting them from the same place. It's the same product.

For me the boards from SMS (even with shipping) are less expensive than cutandtoss.
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I use food grade hydrogen peroxide(I think its at 35% concentration) diluted down with water and vinegar in 2 separate spray bottles. I spray with one then spray over it with the other. Then let air dry. I try to avoid bleach and from what I have read this is more powerful a disinfectant than even bleach and not toxic. I use it on sinks, counter tops. cutting board, anything I want to disinfect.
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Wow... just read through this whole thread and I must say I am impressed...
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