Cleaning and Caring For Your Knives High quality cutlery should be treated as a valuable and delicate tool. If you treat them with a small amount of care, they will repay you with a lifetime of use and enjoyment.
Clean your knives in hot soapy water and hand dry them before putting them away. We recommend using a magnetic wall mounted holder because they make your knives easily accessible.
Here are a few suggestions and things to avoid:
Never put your knives in a dishwasher. Pressurized water in a dishwasher bumps things around and this action will dull your blades quickly. Also, wood handles may split or warp.
Do not drop your knives into a sink with other dishes and pots. You can easily cut yourself when reaching into a full sink and these items can and will damage the knives' edges.
Do not put your knives into a silverware drawer. Again, damage or cuts can result as well as dulling of the blade. If you must put your knives in a drawer be sure to use a protective sleeve.
Cut on a cutting board and not on the counter or especially a plate. One of the easiest ways to dull your blade is to cut against ceramic plates or other hard surfaces.