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Precision Cutlery Santoku Knife Click to Zoom

Precision Cutlery Santoku Knife

Item # 5457
$30.00 $12.99
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  • Use & Care

  • The Santoku Knife's name comes from a Japanese word meaning "three virtues": mincing, dicing and slicing. Featuring stainless steel triple rivet construction with full metal tang and an extra sharp high carbon stainless steel blade, this knife offers the superior performance of Precision Cutlery.
    • High Carbon Stainless Steel Blades
    • Forged Bolsters and Full Stainless Steel Tang, Hand wash recommended
    • Measures - 7"
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
    Caring for your Oneida Cutlery

    Good quality cutlery will last a lifetime with proper care. Because cutlery should be cleaned immediately after use to prevent damage caused by certain foods, it is recommended that you wash it by hand in warm soapy water. Using a soft brush or sponge, gently rub each side of the blade. Rinse your knives thoroughly removing all soap. Dry by blotting with a soft cloth or paper towel.

    Tips: Store knives in block or on a magnetic rack, never place knives in sink filled with other items. This can damage the blade and cause accidents, and always use a cutting board. Countertops and other hard surfaces can dull the blade.
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    The Santoku Knife's name comes from a Japanese word meaning "three virtues": mincing, dicing and slicing. Featuring stainless steel triple rivet construction with full metal tang and an extra sharp high carbon stainless steel blade, this knife offers the superior performance of Precision Cutlery.
    • High Carbon Stainless Steel Blades
    • Forged Bolsters and Full Stainless Steel Tang, Hand wash recommended
    • Measures - 7"
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Use & Care
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    Caring for your Oneida Cutlery

    Good quality cutlery will last a lifetime with proper care. Because cutlery should be cleaned immediately after use to prevent damage caused by certain foods, it is recommended that you wash it by hand in warm soapy water. Using a soft brush or sponge, gently rub each side of the blade. Rinse your knives thoroughly removing all soap. Dry by blotting with a soft cloth or paper towel.

    Tips: Store knives in block or on a magnetic rack, never place knives in sink filled with other items. This can damage the blade and cause accidents, and always use a cutting board. Countertops and other hard surfaces can dull the blade.

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