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Ken Onion by Chef Works Rain Series Oak Knife Cradle

Ken Onion by Chef Works Rain Series Oak Knife Cradle

Item ID: ACES-CRAD-0001
$38.00 29.95 -
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The Ken Onion Rain oak knife cradle from Chef Works is great for storing your favorite Rain chef's knife on the counter. This quality knife cradle is crafted from American red oak and helps keep your knife sharp for longer.

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You'll love storing your favorite Ken Onion Rain chef's knife in this great-looking oak knife cradle.
  • Holds 1 cook's/chef's knife
  • Made from hard American red oak
  • Measures 10.5 inches long, 2.5 inches wide, and 2 inches tall
  • Designed by famous knife maker Ken Onion and manufactured by Chef Works
  • American red oak construction
  • Not dishwasher safe.
  • Made in China

UPC: 678544971669
Brand: Chef Works
  • Not dishwasher safe
  • Hand wash with a mild dishwashing liquid and thoroughly dry knives after washing
  • It is important to remove all moisture from the blade after cleaning
  • Allowing items to soak in water may cause staining as a result of mineral content in some water
  • Avoid cleaners containing bleach or citrus extracts, as they may stain the surface of your knives.
  • Although cleaning in the dishwasher is not recommended, if you do place the knives in the dishwasher, lay pieces flat on a rack rather than using the silverware basket
  • Do not expose to open flames or intense heat, as this can damage the blades or handles
  • For longer lasting knives, cut on a wooden cutting board. Cutting on hard surfaces such as stone, metal or glass quickly dulls blades.
  • To maintain a sharper cutting edge, use a sharpening steel, preferably each time after using your knives.
  • It's best to store your knife so the edge and your fingers are protected, preferably in a block or in-drawer knife tray.
  • We suggest using a meat cleaver when you need to cut through bone, otherwise you can damage your knife blade.