Chestnut pruning knife - 16cm - Inox 18/10 - Paderno
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Chestnut pruning knife - 16cm - Inox 18/10 - Pruning knife - Paderno

Ref : PCOU48280-21
Thanks to this 16cm made-of-inox 18/10 pruning knife, you will now be able to perfectly peel chestnuts.
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Availability : Back in stock at 11/9/2016


Product description and specifications

Thanks to this 16cm made-of-inox 18/10 pruning knife, you will now be able to perfectly peel chestnuts.

Brand Paderno
Collection Pruning knife
Reference PCOU48280-21
Length 16cm
Blade length 3,2cm
Packaging Singly sold
Colors Black, Stainless steel
Materials Stainless steel
Handle material Plastic
Care Machine washable



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  • Stainless steel

    The cutlery, the accessories and any stainless steel ustensils stand themselves out by a long-span resilience. We recommend you nonetheless to follow the advices as below to maintain their shape and longlife resistance.

    It would be advisable to always wash your products in stainless steel before they are first used.

    As far as the daily cleaning of stainless steel products goes, use somer water and neutral soap and then rinse them and dry them with a dried and sweet cloth so as to avoid water traces.

    If there are sediment marks on your cutlery or others accessories made in stainless steel,  you should rather use white vinagar to take off the encrusted sediment. Also respect the brushing direction while cleaning with some white vinegar.

    What you should avoid : Never use neither bleach nor abrasive items such as "sponge" or "steel wool" or you will definitely ruin your products made in stainless steel. Do not place your cutlery and accessories into a dishwasher
    and along with others metal (iron, silver and so on...) or even along with proucts that may have got rusty stains.
    Indeed, electrolysis may happen and then risk to definitely damage your cutlery and/or accessories.

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