The same way you would dirty dishes. Place them in the dishwasher or wash the by hand with soap and hot water. If you have an ant infestation in your kitchen, never used Raid or other chemicals on your cutting board or dishes!
Put them in your dishwasher or use vinegar, there are other methods of cleaning but those 2 are the safest.
For plastic cutting boards, the dishwasher is fine. Wood cutting boards, however, are not diswasher safe. Here are a few tips for cleaning wooden cutting boards:
1. Wash with soap and water after use.
2. Dry immediately.
3. Rub with mineral oil 2-3 times per month.
4. Do not place in the dishwasher.
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