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Food Prep Smallwares > Cutlery & Accessories > Pressed Cutlery

Dexter Sani-Safe® Stainless Steel Flexible Boning Knife with White Polypropylene Handle - 6"L Blade

Stock No.: 81042 Vendor Part No.: 01543/S136FPCP 01543/S136FPCP , UPC: 092187015434 Brand: Dexter
Price: $36.41
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  • Stain-resistant steel blade cannot be stained or damaged
  • Narrow Dexter boning knife for more precise cuts
  • Sani-Safe handle does not allow bacteria to grow
  • Flexible Dexter boning knife flexes for better cut

Are you in need of a sanitary knife? This Dexter boning knife is a great way to cut any kinds of food. The Sani-Safe handle does not allow germs to grow on it, keeping the handle clean and fresh. This flexible Dexter cutlery flexes with the food being cut as it goes to assure that the food is being cut without the knife breaking. The stain-free steel blade is very durable and is not able to be broken, assuring a longtime use. This narrow Dexter boning knife allows for close cuts and more control and precision in use. Shop our full selection today on Hubert.com.

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Stock No. 81042
Brand Dexter
VPN 01543/S136FPCP
Case Pack 1
Collection Sani-Safe® Cutlery
Material Stainless Steel
Material Qualifier High Carbon Stainless Steel
Finish Textured
Secondary Material Polypropylene
Length 11" in
Style Flexible
Knife Type Boning/Fillet
Handle Color White
Handle Size 5
Blade Size 6"
Warranty Lifetime Guarantee
Certifications NSF

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