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So, you’ve just purchased your first Forged in Fire knife, (hopefully the first of many), and you’re ready to get in the kitchen and start slicing and dicing, whipping up all sorts of delicious culinary creations. However, despite your enthusiasm you may be wondering how to best protect your investment and make it last. Of course, every Forged in Fire knife is extremely tough and durable and sharp, but there are certain things that you may want to keep in mind to prolong the life of your knife!

For optimal shelf life, carefully wash with warm water after use and dry, however, you can place these knives in the dishwasher if you so desire. As far as maintaining your blade, be sure to use the Forged in Fire honing rod to ensure the knife’s integrity. Tips on how to properly use a honing rod can be found in our previous blog posts.

Comments

jacki Perry on

I rarely buy any “as Seen on TV” items because I honestly haven’t been pleased. I’ve been looking for a few years now for just the right knives. When I saw these knives I decided to roll the dice. I like the show Forged In Fire. $30 isn’t a huge fortune but its enough to look for guarantees. The postage was very reasonable and no handling fees. That closed the deal.

They took awhile to get here but I don’t mind too much, wasn’t in a hurry. The first test they got, after I wrestled them from their package was the pepperoni stick test. Maybe you can forge a plastic packing opener? They sliced the cold hard pepperoni paper thin. Yes, the paring knife too. The next test was tonight’s London Broil from the grill. Its a big one! I can produce full sized huge thin slices with no effort. You see… I have Arthritis in my hands. The handles are comfortable. The non slip feature is AMAZING.

Well done Halex,well done. I think my daughter needs a set don’t you?

J. Perry

Pat Clark on

Will you ever sell the magnetic knife holder by itself?

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