DIFFERENT TYPES OF KNIFE STORAGE
Storing your high-quality chef’s knives is important if you want to maintain their sharpness and their longevity. Avoid storing your knives with other utensils as this may lead to damage. Instead, invest in a knife block, a roll bag, or a magnetic knife holder. Here are some knife holder options Seido offers.
Knife blocks are another knife storage option. Our easy-to-clean Universal Stainless Steel Knife Block is a great way to store your kitchen knife sets. Each compartment holds one knife, and the block has a drain hole and is rust free.
KNIFE ROLL BAG
Another great option is Seido’s Knife Roll Bag. This solution is ideal if you travel with your knives. Each knife has its own pocket. Once you have packed your knives, roll the bag up and pack it in your travel bag with ease. We offer heavy-duty canvas and leather roll bags that are sturdy and flexible. You can keep the roll bag in a kitchen drawer or take it with you wherever you go.
For individual knife protection, consider our Saya sheath or our new Kiritsuke Saya Knife Sheath. This walnut magnetic cover will keep your knife in pristine condition and protect its sharp edge. These knife sheaths are compatible with any Seido knife that is up to 9 -10 inches in length. Store it in a drawer or take it with you when you travel.
MAGNETIC KNIFE STRIP
Using a magnetic knife strip offers convenience, as you can see all the knives at once. They also don’t touch each other, reducing wear and tear and possible damage. A magnetic knife strip can help with space efficiency, too, if you have a small kitchen.
PROTECT YOUR KNIVES
When you have high-quality knives, you should always ensure that you protect and maintain them well. This includes sharpening them frequently and storing them separately from other utensils. Take a look at our other kitchen tools to see how we can help maintain your cookware and cutting tools.