August 2006
Australian Table;Aug2006, Vol. 8 Issue 1, p13
The article offers tips on maintaining the sharpness of knives. Knives should not be stored in drawer to avoid any damage to its cutting edge. It should be washed manually and immediately after use. It can be sharpened with a sharpening stone or by a professional.


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