For a long time, ceramic kitchen knife set have been known for their sharpness, which is the key to the popularity of ceramic knives with consumers. Generally speaking, if it is used properly, the durability of high-quality ceramic utility knife is 10 times that of the same quality steel knife. Specifically, the sharpness of knife usually depends on the hardness of the materials used to make it. This also explains why ceramic knives are so sharp. Ceramic is a very hard raw material for blade, which is even hard enough to be used to sharpen steel knives. The hardness of ceramic means that the cutting edge of ceramic knives can be sharpened to be finer and steeper, which is the main reason why ceramic knives are so sharp. For ceramic fruit knife and ceramic steak knife set, we have many options for you to choose.
Nowadays, most steel knives can also be sharpened technically, but the thinness of steel cannot support their hardness. In actual use, the blades of steel knives that are too thin are easy to bend and twist quickly, and may even be deformed and shattered. However, ceramic, as a harder material than steel, can maintain hardness even when ground to a very sharp angle. This is why ceramic knife wholesale are sharper than steel knives. Check more types, such as ceramic paring knife, custom santoku knife to help you with food processing.
However, like any consumables, the durability of china ceramic knife depends largely on how the user maintains them. If it is used improperly, even if it is durable like ceramic knives, there is a risk of breakage. Ceramic knives are generally only suitable for specific food types, and misuse of ceramic knives will greatly reduce the duration of the blade being shaped. If you want to maintain the sharpness of ceramic knives for a long time, you need to do two things during normal use:
1. Do not use ceramic knives to cut hard food, such as chops or ribs.
2. Try to avoid collisions between ceramic knives and other kitchen utensils. For example, do not use dishwashers to clean ceramic knives or put them in loose cutlery drawers.