Dexter Russell 40023 DuoGlide 7.5" Scalloped Bread Knife and Slicer with High-Carbon Steel Blade
|Ship Weight||.19 LB|
|Manufacturer Part #||40023|
|Edge Type||Serrated Edge|
|Metal Type||Stain-Free High Carbon Steel|
|Steel Shaping Method||Stamped|
When it comes to slicing bread, some knives just don’t cut it. A bread knife, however, will allow the blade to slice through the bread without mashing it, giving you the clean cut that you desire. The key is that bread knives have a scalloped edge that breaks through the crust. The Dexter Russell 40023 DuoGlide 7.5" Scalloped Bread Knife and Slicer is a sturdy, reliable tool for any kitchen.
The Dexter Russell 40023 has an offset handle which keeps your knuckles from getting in the way while slicing. As part of Dexter’s DuoGlide family of knives, the 40023 is designed to make it easy for people with arthritis to work in the kitchen with greater comfort and reduced fatigue. The 40023 blade is made of stainless, high-carbon steel with a superior blade shape.
Dexter Russell 40023 Features
Dexter Russell 40023 Benefits
Note: Cutlery should be hand washed in mild to medium strength detergent and towel-dried. Knives should not be placed in automatic dishwashers. The blade edges will be dulled from rubbing against each other, and caustic detergents will cause staining and pitting of the blade.
Cutlery should never be soaked for long periods or submerged for cleaning. If a user insists on soaking cutlery in soap, bleach, or chlorine, soaking should be kept to a minimum, the products rinsed thoroughly and dried immediately.
Knives of carbon steel should be washed and dried immediately after use to prevent rusting. Chlorine and bleach products discolor and pit stain-free and high-carbon steel. If chlorine or bleach products come in contact with the blade, they must be thoroughly rinsed off immediately.
Only frequent and prompt cleaning of cutlery after each use with non-caustic solutions and prompt towel drying will ensure the performance and beauty of Dexter’s superior products.