Steak knife Zebrawood | Eclipses Series
Experience ultimate performance and exceptional elegance with our Zebrawood Steak Knife from the Eclipses Series.
Zebrawood Steak Knife | Specifications:
- Steel: 67 layers of Damascus steel with a core of VG-10
- Hardness: 62+/-2 HRC
- Handle: Zebrawood
- Overall knife length: 23 cm
- Blade length: 13.5 cm
Read more about the Zebrawood Steak Knife below
The Steak Knife has a handle made from beautiful zebrawood, which adds a luxurious and natural feel to the knife. Zebrawood, known for its distinctive stripes and warm color tones, makes each knife unique and eye-catching. We ergonomically designed the handle to provide a comfortable grip, allowing you to enjoy precise and effortless cutting every time.
Our Zebrawood Steak Knife has an overall length of 23 cm and a blade length of 13.5 cm, making it perfectly sized to deliver the optimal balance between control and efficiency. It is ideal for slicing through juicy steaks, tender meats, and other delicious pieces of culinary artistry.
Whether you’re a professional chef or a passionate food enthusiast, our Zebrawood Steak Knife from the Eclipses Series will be the perfect tool to add an elegant touch to your dining table and deliver a world-class cutting experience. Get ready to experience a cutting experience as exceptional as your culinary creations!
A bit about Zebrawood
Zebrawood, also known as zebrano, is an wood species renowned for its distinctive appearance and color pattern. Here are some facts and information about Zebrawood:
Zebrawood belongs to the Fabaceae family, and its scientific name is Microberlinia brazzavillensis. It is a deciduous tree species.
Zebrawood is native to the tropical rainforests of West and Central Africa, primarily found in countries such as Gabon, Cameroon, and Congo.
The most distinctive feature of Zebrawood is its stripes, resembling the pattern of a zebra. The color pattern is a result of the contrast between the light yellow-brown base color and the darker brown or black stripes. The width and intensity of the stripes can vary, giving each piece of wood a unique appearance.
Hardness and durability:
Zebrawood is known for being a hard and dense wood with high density. It exhibits good resistance to mechanical stress and is generally durable.
Zebrawood finds broad applications in various woodworking and furniture design projects. It is used in the production of furniture, flooring, panels, cabinet frames, instruments, turned objects, and veneers. It has also been used in boat parts and other carpentry works.
Zebrawood can be challenging to work with due to its hard and dense structure. It may cause tool blunting because of its silica content. Therefore, it often requires sharp tools and careful handling during processing.
Zebrawood is a species under pressure due to deforestation and illegal logging in its natural habitats. It is essential to ensure that Zebrawood products are produced in a sustainable and responsible manner to preserve the species and forest ecosystems.
Can you put steak knives in the dishwasher?
The dishwasher is a time-saving and convenient solution for cleaning our plates, cutlery, and kitchen utensils. However, when it comes to cutlery, especially steak knives, there are often questions about whether it is safe and recommended to put them in the dishwasher. In this blog post, we will examine this question and provide you with some guidelines for proper care of your steak knives.
Cutlery in the dishwasher:
The dishwasher is an efficient machine that uses hot water and soap to remove food residues and bacteria from your plates and cutlery. However, not all cutlery is suitable for dishwasher treatment. When it comes to steak knives, you should be cautious and follow certain guidelines to preserve their sharpness and lifespan.
Sharpness and lifespan:
Steak knives typically have sharp blades that are necessary for cutting through meat. However, these sharp blades can be damaged or dulled if subjected to rough treatment in the dishwasher. The knife’s edge can become blunt by colliding with other utensils or plates during the wash cycle. Additionally, the chemical detergents and heat in the dishwasher can also affect the knife’s sharpness over time.
Rust and corrosion:
Usually, manufacturers make steak knives from stainless steel, a material resistant to rust and corrosion. However, the dishwasher’s environment, especially when there are food residues left on the knives, can accelerate the corrosion process. Contact between different metals, such as steel and aluminum, in the dishwasher can also cause corrosion and damage to the knife’s surface.
Recommendations for caring for steak knives:
It is generally recommended to handwash your steak knives to preserve their sharpness and lifespan. Wash them gently in warm soapy water and dry them thoroughly with a soft cloth or towel.
Avoid strong cleaning agents:
Do not use aggressive chemical cleaners or abrasive sponges to clean your steak knives. These agents can scratch and damage the knife’s surface.
Store your steak knives separately from other utensils to avoid contact that may damage the knife’s sharpness. Consider using a knife block or knife magnet to keep them secure and separated.
Dry after use:
After using your steak knives, always dry them thoroughly to remove any food residues or moisture that may cause corrosion.
While the dishwasher is convenient for cleaning cutlery, it is best to avoid putting steak knives in the machine. To preserve their sharpness and lifespan, it is recommended to handwash them gently and dry them after use. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your steak knives remain in good condition and ready for use when you serve a delicious steak.
Always remember to consult the manufacturer’s recommendations and instructions regarding washing specific types of cutlery, including steak knives, as materials and construction may vary.
Steak knife Zebrawood | Eclipses Series
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