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Homeease is a high quality wood products manufacturer, involving a variety of kitchen wood products. Only focus on wooden kitchen utensils, real material, never jerry built. Many years of experience in design and production of knife rest and chopping board, can design and produce wood products in large quantities by ourselves.Be able to timely adjust product design according to market feedback. We don't produce cheap, low-quality products. High quality wood products manufacturers around you.
The product weighs 4.32 pounds. Its heavy, so it stays in place. Doesn't move around in the drawer.
According to market research and factory shipment verification ，16.5 x 8 x 2.2 inches It's the best size. suitable for most standard kitchen drawers.
There are 2 levels on which knives can be put. Each slot has enough room on either side to hold the handle without interfering with your fingers.
After rigorous market research and product experiments, the factory designed a reasonable tilt angle. Make sure the tip of the tool is not sticking out. Protect your fingers away from the blade.
Each knife slot is carefully polished by experienced old masters. Not a single burr is missing. Make sure your fingers don't get hurt. Compared to the bamboo drawer knife rest, our knife slot is more durable, not easy deformation and cracking.
Every nearly finished drawer holder will be sprayed with a food safe varnish for the final step. To ensure that the drawer knife holder can be used for a long time. We also hope you find it worth your money.
What we do is to give you a great shopping experience. We always optimize our products. Better quality, more reasonable and comfortable structure design. Please look forward to our new products.
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