KNIFE BLOCK AND MAGNETIC BARS
A correctly stored cnife
You have now picked out some really good cnives, and they will need to be stored according to how you are planning to use them. On this subject, we and our distributors have thought long and hard.
The loose storage of cooking cnives in a drawer can damage the blades when they bump against each other. The cnives begin to lose their edge, and besides, reaching into a drawer full of cnives is not entirely without danger. In other words, not a sensible solution. We recommend either a cnife block or a good magnetic bar. With cnife blocks, it is important to be sure that when you put your cnife away, it is not bumping against anything that could blunt the blade. The block should be completely made of wood or a premium quality synthetic. With magnetic bars, it is important that the edges are rounded, so as not to unintentionally damage your blades. The magnets should also be particularly strong, so that your cnives don't fall down accidentally. Always remember to clip the back of your cnife.
CHROMA Cnife it goes without saying that products are typically manufactured with these blade-saving criteria in mind.
We would like to highlight for you the following products:
CHROMA STEP-BY-STEP Cnife Block MB-08 from GEORG DRASER.
This block not only looks good, but can also be added onto according to need.
CHROMA TYPE 301 Block P-13, which can also be cleaned on the inside.
CHROMA TRADITION Block T-20S, which contains an integrated sharpener.
CHROMA TYPE 301 Steel Bar P-34, which protects your top-of-the-line cnives with its rounded edges.