Chicago Cutlery® 1054511 MagnaSharp® Magnetic Mouse Knife Sharpener
Chicago Cutlery® MagnaSharp® Knife Sharpener that's truly cutting edge. Sharpen knives and scissors with this innovative MagnaSharp® sharpener. Its pull-through design is safe, and its ergonomically designed is easy to grip. The result is sharper knives... more precise cutting... and fewer mishaps.
- Durable molded plastic body with ceramic rods inside
- Magnetic back for convenient kitchen storage
- Sharpens scissors or knives
- Innovative, quick, easy and safe
- Compact, unique, comfortable, mouse shaped design
- Durable molded plastic body with ceramic stone inside
- Can be used by both right and left handed people.
Use and Care:
- For best results, hand-wash your knives with a soapy cloth and dry immediately. Soaking wood-handled knives in water can remove the natural oils from the handles. Dishwashing may cause nicks on the blade edges. Additionally, the heat and detergent may have a corrosive effect on the knives.
MagnaSharp® in Block sharpener:
- Insert your fine edged knife into the sharpening slot.
- While applying slight downward pressure on the knife edge, pull the knife out of the slot.
- Repeat this 3-4 times, and your knife edge will be realigned and sharpened.
Sharp knives should never be stored loose in a drawer because contact with hard objects can dull the blade and reaching into a knife drawer can be very dangerous. Many Chicago Cutlery® sets are sold with a hardwood block for safe, convenient storage. MagnaStrip™ storage is another way for convenient and safe storage, saving counter space with a magnetic strip.
- Use the correct size and type of knife for the job.
- Cut away from the body when possible.
- Use knives with a wooden or polyethylene cutting board.
- Do not use a knife to stab, pull or lift materials.
- After handling a knife, lay it down in a cleared area with the blade away from the body and a safe distance from the edge of the cutting area.
- Do not reach blindly for a knife; reach deliberately for the handle.
- Never try to catch a falling knife.