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Safest Knife Sharpener, One-Hand-Done-Sharpening Non Slip with S

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Safest Knife Sharpener, One-Hand-Done-Sharpening Non Slip with S

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Color:Red-Black

Safest knife sharpener

One of the most common horrible disasters is right in your kitchen. Got Finger cut when manual sharpening the knife is a nightmare.

But now, we have found the best solution to end the cutting possibilities. Many of our customers used our knife sharpener and all agreed that this was the safest one that they were ever used.

Thanks to the strong suction cup on the bottom of the knife sharpener. No more worry about the knife slipping to your finger while sharpening.

Because this time you can done the sharpening job even with one hand!

Be smart in your kitchen

A sharp knife is more precise and can speed up the work when preparing your food.

1. Wipe the water or dust on the table, and place the knife sharpener on the flat surface.

2. Rotate the knife sharpener in the direction of the arrow to lock. The knife sharpener will suck tightly on the table.

3. The slot 1 is for rough sharpen,especially for a dull or damaged knife. The slot 2 is for fine grinding, it is suitable for the daily polishing knife.

Pull the knife through the slot from heel to tip for 3-5 times with even pressure.

4. You'll finish sharpening if your sharp knife cuts more easily than before. Then wipe the blade with a wet cloth or rinse with running water after sharpening.

"p""b"Caution:

"p"1. Please do not pull your knife through the slot back and forth. That could damage your knife!

"p"2. Not suitable for serrated knives and scissors.

"p"3. Always clear the sharpener after use.Clean with a damp cloth or mild brush, wipe dry.

Safest Knife Sharpener, One-Hand-Done-Sharpening Non Slip with S

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