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How To Clean a Wood Rolling Pin — Cleaning Lessons from

When well cared for, a rolling pin can last for generations. My French-style model has been by my side for over a decade, and I plan on keeping it around for a long time to come! Here's how I take care of it after each use to keep it clean, dry, and free from cracking or warping.
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