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Rada Cutlery Paring Knives Galore 3 Piece Boxed Gift Set, Made in USA, Aluminum Handles

  • Handcrafted in USA
  • Extra sharp high carbon stainless steel blades
  • Attractive Gift Box
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Includes Regular Paring, Peeling Paring, Heavy Duty Paring

Product DescriptionYou can’t miss with a gift that includes three of the most often used knives in the house. Great starter set or to replace those dull imports. Set includes: Peeling Paring, Regular Paring and Heavy Duty Paring. Rada knives are super sharp, handcrafted in the USA, and carry a lifetime guarantee from the manufacturer against defects in materials or workmanship. Rada cutlery is made of surgical quality, high carbon stainless steel. The solid cast, brushed aluminum handles create a “feel good in your hand” balance for superior comfort. Hollow-ground blades ensure a precision concave surface for maximum edge retention and sharpness. NOTE: Hand wash and dry immediately after use to prevent discoloration of the aluminum handle.

Rada Cutlery Paring Knives Galore 3 Piece Boxed Gift Set, Made in USA, Aluminum Handles

Chicago Cutlery 12-Piece Walnut Signature Forged Set

  • Professional high-carbon stainless steel blades with patented walnut handles.
  • Exclusive Taper Grind edge technology provides optimum sharpness for precise cutting and is easy to re-sharpen
  • High-carbon stainless steel creates a stronger, harder blade resisting stains, rust and pitting
  • Full metal tang extends from the tip of the blade to the end of the knife forming part of the handle; provides added strength, balance and control
  • Triple compression stainless steel rivets secure the handles to the blade for increased safety and stability

Product DescriptionChicago Cutlery Walnut Signature Forged 12-piece Set, includes 1-each 3-1/2-inch parer, 3-inch parer, 5-1/2-inch utility, 5-inch partoku, 8-inch bread, 7-inch Santoku, 8-inch sharpening Steel, block, 4-each, 4-1/2-inch steak knives

Chicago Cutlery 12-Piece Walnut Signature Forged Set

How do you take the shine out of stainless steel cutlery?

I’m in a play and in one scene my character waves around cutlery. The problem with this is that the forks and knives reflect badly on the lights and creates a blinding effect towards the audience. My director asked me to wash the cutlery with a bar of soap, (i’m using an organic, olive oil based bar of soap) and told me it would take away the shine. The trouble with this is that it isn’t working! Any advice on what i should do?