A mad scientist with a deep knowledge of cooking, Alton Brown uses his Atlanta test kitchen to experiment with recipes for his Food Network show Good Eats and his cookbooks, including I'm Just Here For the Food. In the process, he's learned a lot about keeping things clean and organized. In his most recent book, Gear For Your Kitchen, Brown even dedicates a chapter to safety and washing up. His most important cleaning supply? Bleach. He mixes it with water and sprays the solution on everything from cutting boards to countertops.
Brown sanitizes a cutting board every time it comes in contact with raw meat by washing it in hot soapy water, then spraying it with a bleach solution. The formula: 1/2 teaspoon of chlorine bleach mixed with 2 cups of water.