Miyabi - 5000FCD Santoku Knife - 18cm

$437.00 USD

2 in stock
Slice and dice like a pro with the Miyabi 18cm Santoku Knife! Part of Miyabi’s 5000FCD Series, the Miyabi 18cm Santoku Knife is made with premium quality Japanese steel that is ice hardened and Rockwell 61 tested for durability and strength. The core of the Miyabi 18cm Santoku Knife is constructed from ultra-fine carbide steel and surrounded by 48 layers of damask steel for an unrivalled quality. Featuring a stunning floral pattern set into the blade, the Miyabi 18cm Santoku Knife will look so good in your hand you’ll never want to leave the kitchen!
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  • Part of Miyabi's 5000FCD series
  • Perfectly balanced for comfortable use
  • Super sharp blades for expert cutting
  • Ice hardened for extra strength
  • 65 Rockwell rating
  • Floral damask pattern on the blade
  • Traditional Japanese Honbazuke blade edge

Did you know 80% of our customers who purchase chef uniforms and especially those who get a complete variety and a mix of white chef jackets , black chef jackets ,grey chef aprons or traditional striped chef aprons do not seperate or reverse wash their chef or front of house uniforms ? Are you the 20% ? Then skip, otherwise, keep reading on. We learn something new everyday !

These following steps will ensure that your chef and hospitality uniforms look new wash after wash just the same way you had orginally purchased it 

  1. Seperate your whites and dark colours before putting them in the wash cycle 
  2. Reverse wash your chef jackets , chef pants , work shirts and work pants 
  3. Soak your whites in NON-CHLORINE bleach for atleast an hour or two hours 
  4. Do not bleach dark colours as they may lose their colour 
  5. Use washing detergent and fabric contitioner so your chef uniforms smell great after they are washed
  6. Wash your uniforms in warm water 
  7. Ensure that the uniforms are reversed and always use low tumble dryer settings to dry your chef or work clothes or drip dry in shade 
  8. using a steam iron to iron your uniforms is highly recommended so they look crisp and sharp when you're ready to start your day 

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