on the purchase of your Ginsu® cutlery set!
We recommend that you thoroughly
wash your Ginsu Cutlery prior to use. For best results, identify the blade style of
your Ginsu knife set:
DishwasherSAFE cutlery is clearly identified by the DishwasherSAFE logo on the
ensure best cleaning results, place knives in the dishwasher silverware basket
with blade point facing down. Larger
knives that do not fit in the silverware basket should be placed flat or
blade-edge down on top dishwasher rack. Kitchen shears should be placed blades open
and points down in the silverware basket or flat on the top rack.
wash and heated dry cycle recommended, promptly remove and towel dry any
can always hand wash Ginsu DishwasherSAFE knives as outlined next.
cutlery, including Ginsu knives that do not say DishwasherSAFE on the blade, is
not suitable for the dishwasher.
harsh dishwasher environment can prematurely stain and pit blades not
formulated for automatic dishwasher cycles and detergents.
recommend hand washing by thoroughly cleaning in hot water using a mild soap or
detergent. Rinse in clean, hot water and towel dry immediately.
Ginsu blades are made from high carbon, superior quality stainless steel. While all stainless steel resists stains, it is
not completely stain or rust proof. Do not allow blades to soak in water, and
do not allow acidic or salty foods to remain on the blades after use. This
might cause staining to occur. Should the blade show signs of staining, use a
non-abrasive metal polish to remove the stain.
Ginsu® cutlery, with the exception of Santoku knives, features our proprietary Symmetric
Edge Technology™ to ensure a lifetime of use without the need of sharpening. The
Ginsu serrated edge should never be sharpened.
Santoku knife requires periodic maintenance to retain the fine edge. We
recommend the use of a honing rod to maintain the Santoku knife fine edge. Sharpening
should be done only if the knife edge cannot be brought back to a sharp state
with a honing rod. A professional sharpening service or a fine grit whet stone should
be used for best results.
NOT USE A POWERED SHARPENER.
so will void warranty.
These ﬁne cutting tools are
extremely sharp. Use extreme caution to protect against injury.
• Never use a knife as a
can opener, pry
bar,screwdriver, wedge, or handtool.
• Never handle a knifeby theblade.• Be sure to keep sharpedges away from you when laying knifedown.
• Never attempt to catcha fallingknife.
Our cutlery is designed for
food preparation. Always hold the knife
firmly by the handle and cut away from your body and use a wood or poly cutting
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