KNIFE CARE & FAQs
Immediately dry your knife with a towel after washing.
Use a leather strop to hone your knife.
Use a whetstone to sharpen your knife.
Never borrow someone else’s knife without permission.
A dull knife is not a knife.
Use a knife only for what it’s supposed to be used for.
To take things deeper, here are some guidelines on how to take care of your Nacionale Knives:Carbon – If you happen to acquire one of our carbon steel knives, please do take note that these types of steel may rust over time. Always keep your knife dry with a dry towel beside you when you prep. They will also develop different shades and color. This is okay and it actually helps the blade not rust over time. Please use food grade mineral oil on your blade if you are storing it for long periods of time.
Stainless – Generally, stainless steel knives are not that hard to maintain. All you need to be mindful of is to always clean all residue and moisture off of your knives every after service or when you need to store it.