Victorinox Boning Knives

Victorinox Boning Knives Commonly Asked Questions 

Victorinox Knife Range Handle Styles 

Victorinox boning knives are available in one handle style:

Fibrox: Features comfortable, non-slip, ergonomic handles designed for long shifts in meat processing and food manufacturing industries. 

How to Maintain Victorinox Boning Knives 

The better you clean and maintain your knives, the longer they will last. 

Professional Victorinox knives with plastic handles, including Victorinox Fibrox Boning knives, are all dishwasher-safe. However,
best practice is to clean your knives by hand, as harsh detergents used in dishwashers and hot steam can lead to pitting on the blade or even corrosion.

To clean, run the knife under cold water and use a mild detergent. It’s important to do this as soon as possible when working with salty or acidic foods as it can stain the blade if not cleaned for prolonged periods of time.

Air drying can result in limescale spots. To avoid this, use a cotton or linen towel to dry the knife immediately after washing. Make sure the towel is clean so it doesn’t scratch or harm the blade.

Regular maintenance with correct sharpening techniques and tools will further preserve the performance and longevity of the knife. 

What are Victorinox Boning Knives made from? 

Victorinox boning knives are made from a popular stainless steel called martensitic steel. It has a higher carbon content than other stainless steels which makes the blade harder and sharper. As it is a softer steel, its ideal for beginners new to sharpening as it is easier to sharpen. 

Victorinox knives are also available in Filleting Knives, Cleavers, Paring Knives, Poultry Knives, Poultry Shears & Scissors, Skinning Knives, Slicing & Sticking Knives. 


Victorinox Boning Knives

The creators of the Swiss Army Knife, Victorinox are regarded as one of the top knife makers in the world. Renowned for their quality, innovation and design, Victorinox have been crafting knives for more than 130 years. 

All Victorinox boning knives are made of martensitic stainless steel and are generally semi-flexible, unless specified. This softer type of steel makes Victorinox knives one of the easiest to sharpen, making them ideal for beginners and new to knife work.

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