Care & Use
on the purchase of your Ginsu® cutlery set!
We recommend that you thoroughly wash your Ginsu cutlery prior to
safety alert symbol precedes all the safety messages in these instructions.
Safety messages alert you to possible hazards and instruct you on how to avoid
or reduce the risk of injury. READ and
FOLLOW all of these instructions and safety messages.
DISHWASHER - For best dishwasher
knives in the dishwasher silverware basket with blade point down.
knives that do not fit in the silverware basket should be placed flat or
blade-edge down on the top dishwasher rack.
shears should be placed blades open and points down in the silverware basket or
flat on the top dishwasher rack.
the normal wash mode with heated dry
cycle. Promptly remove at end of cycle and immediately towel dry.
HAND WASH - You can also hand wash
your Ginsu® DishwasherSAFE knives. For best results:
wash in warm water with a mild soap or detergent.
and immediately towel dry.
All Ginsu® blades are made from high carbon
stainless steel. All stainless steel is
stain or rust resistant. To prevent
staining, do not soak the blades
or allow acidic or salty foods to remain
on the blades after use. If the blade shows signs of discoloration, use a
non-abrasive metal polish to clean the knives.
All 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.
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. The use of a
powered sharpener will void the
Any time you use a knife, always keep safety in mind, and please
follow these basic knife safety rules. These ﬁne cutting tools are extremely
sharp. Use extreme caution to reduce the potential for incidental injury.
ALL KNIVES AWAY FROM CHILDREN!
Our cutlery is designed for food preparation. NEVER use a knife as a can opener, pry bar, screwdriver,
wedge, or hand tool.
ALWAYS hold the knife firmly by the handle and use a cutting
board. ALWAYS cut away from your body,
or from the body of any other person near you.
You can find additional
information regarding knife safety from the American Knife & Tool Institute
Your new Ginsu® cutlery
is warranted to be free from defects in material
and workmanship for as long as you own the product. If performance is compromised
during the normal course of use, you may return your knife along
with a check for $3.00
per knife, to cover postage
and handling, to the address below for a replacement: