Whichever kind of Board you decide on , the way to clean them is universal
Use WARM, not hot, soapy water to wash. Dry the board with a towel and set it on its side on a drying rack.
Every once in awhile a wood cutting board may dry out, in which case its never a bad idea to wax the board with an oil/beeswax mixture, which i also can provide.
"Wax on, Wax off..."
With a paper towel or lint free cloth, spread on some wax mixture on all surfaces and sides until the board is nice and coated. Let it rest for an hour while the wax works its way into the pores of the wood. With a new towel or cloth, buff the wax until the board feels dry. Then let the board rest on its side in a drying rack overnight for the wax to cure.