CUT ON THE RIGHT SURFACE
You may not be aware of the fact that the wrong surface can easily damage your knife. Because every slice ends on the material you are cutting on. The good news is: it’s not difficult to find a good cutting board. All you need to do is keep reading.
BOARDS YOU SHOULD CUT OUT
Avoid surfaces that can dull or damage your knife such as china, marble, granite, tile, Formica, porcelain, stainless-steel counter tops and glass. Those surfaces can harm the cutting-edge retention.
Cutting surfaces should be smooth, easy to clean and "give” on contact with the knife’s edge. We recommend wooden or quality plastic cutting boards. No matter what cutting board you prefer, make sure that you’re cleaning it after each use.