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Handmade Big Iron Knife / Sugarcane Knife / Watermelon Knife for Home, Kitchen & Commercial Use (19-20 Inch, 200 g)

Handmade Big Iron Knife / Sugarcane Knife / Watermelon Knife for Home, Kitchen & Commercial Use (19-20 Inch, 200 g)

Regular price Rs. 200.00
Regular price Rs. 400.00 Sale price Rs. 200.00
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  • Ideal use for Commercial & Home

  • Material type: Iron

  • Sharpness can be increased by rubbing on abrasion stone

  • Ideal for cutting vegetables, Fruits, Sugarcane, Watermelon etc.,

  • Cleaning method: Hand wash, wiping with dry cloth. Apply oil after clean.

  • Total length: 19-20 Inch, Blade length: 13-14 Inch, Weight: 200 gram

 

Disclaimer:
"Please note that this knife or coconut cutting knife you are purchasing in our website is intended solely for kitchen  or gardening purposes. It is not designed or recommended for any other use. By purchasing this product, you acknowledge its intended use, and we assume no liability for misuse or inappropriate handling outside of kitchen / gradening / religious related activities."

Materials

Iron

Shipping & Returns

All products are available for delivery across India, along with a 7-day return policy

Dimensions

L x W x H - 50.8 x 5.1 x 2.5 Centimeters

Weight

200 g

Maintenance & care :

Oiling the blades of kitchen knives, especially that made from iron, is an important part of maintenance and will protect against rust and corrosion. This can be done after each use or only every few months. If you do not sharpen your own knives, we recommend you have them sharpened when they start to feel dull. A sharp knife is always safer than a dull knife.

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Iron Knife

Oiling the blades of kitchen knives, especially that made from iron, is an important part of maintenance and will protect against rust and corrosion. This can be done after each use or only every few months. If you do not sharpen your own knives, we recommend you have them sharpened when they start to feel dull. A sharp knife is always safer than a dull knife.