To learn more about your cutlery and experience our full line of cutlery and kitchen products, visit
KitchenAid.com/cutlery (USA) or KitchenAid.ca (Canada).
For countries outside the USA and Canada, visit international.KitchenAid.com
to locate your local KitchenAid website and customer support information.
You may also reach us at:
PROOF OF PURCHASE
PROOF OF PURCHASE
Always keep a copy of the itemized sales receipt showing the date of purchase of your cutlery. Proof of
purchase will assure you of in-warranty service. The completion and submission of product registration
information is not required to obtain your product warranty. Please complete the following for your
Customers in the USA only: Before you use your cutlery, please register online at
This will enable us to contact you in the unlikely event of a product safety notification and assist us in
complying with the provisions of the Consumer Product Safety Act.
USING YOUR CUTLERY
• Select the proper knife for the task at hand.
• Do not use knives to cut through bone or to cut
or separate frozen foods; it may damage or dull
• Do not use knives as a screwdriver or can opener;
it may damage the blade.
CARING FOR CUTLERY
• Cutlery is dishwasher safe, but hand washing
is recommended for lasting appearance and
To maintain maximum performance, knives should be
• Pull knives through the built-in diamond sharpener
with slight downward pressure until desired
sharpness is achieved.
• The built-in sharpener can be cleaned and sharpening
wheel can be replaced, if worn out.
See KitchenAid.com/cutlery for more information.
NOTE: Knives with serrated edges must be
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE ONLY
LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY applies to U.S.A. and
Canada only. See the full warranty at KitchenAid.com.
• Use smooth, easy-to-clean cutting surfaces.
• Do not use knives on hard surfaces that can dull
For warranty information as it applies to other countries,
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Used under license in Canada.
Wood and polyethylene cutting boards are
or damage the cutting edge, such as glass, stone,
ceramic, metal, or countertops.