Black Bamboo block knives universal support with removable brushes
Taylors Eye Witness Universal Knife Block:
The Taylorís Eyewitness Black Universal Knife Block is a trendy, stylish block that can be used to hold all your knives, as well as other kitchen utensils such as scissors, knife sharpeners and carving sets.
It has been designed to a very high standard and can be placed on kitchen worktops and central workstations. The design will blend in beautifully with all types of kitchen design from traditional to contemporary to rustic.
This Taylorís Eyewitness Black Universal Knife Block provides safe, flexible storage for any type of knife and can be used to hold your favourite knife sets or random knives that you use for preparing food.
The Universal Knife Block is suitable for knives with up to 20cm blades and the brushes enable you to slide your knives inside any which way you please !
The brushes can easily be removed for cleaning and any marks or deposits can quickly be removed from the block casing with a quick cloth clean.
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