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Custom Order Magnetic Knife Rack

Handmade Big Resin and Walnut Wooden Magnetic Knife Rack, Resin and Olive Wooden Knife Holder, Epoxy and Olive Wood Knife Bar, Knife Block

I can personalize this knife holder for free. I can laser engrave your text and logo on the wood.

I used strong Neodymium magnets to hold your knives. It will guarantee hold your knife safely with a maximum of 300gram.

Along with the practicality it will look stunning on your wall.

2 knife holder: 4" x 6"
3 knife holder: 4" x 8"
4 knife holder: 4" x 10"
5 knife holder: 4" x 12"
6 knife holder: 4" x 14"
7 knife holder: 4" x 16"
8 knife holder: 4" x 18"
9 knife holder: 4" x 20"

10 knife holder: 6" x 22"
11 knife holder: 6" x 24"
12 knife holder: 6" x 26"
13 knife holder: 6" x 28"
14 knife holder: 6" x 30"
15 knife holder: 6" x 32"
16 knife holder: 6" x 34"
17 knife holder: 6" x 36"
18 knife holder: 6" x 38"
19 knife holder: 6" x 40"
20 knife holder: 6" x 42"

Thickness of the rack is always 0.78"

I have attached 2 metal concealed metal clips on the back so that you can mount it on your wall without any visible open space. I have added screws which you can use. The magnets are also concealed and will not fall out or break.

Metals that naturally attract magnets are known as ferromagnetic metals; these magnets will firmly stick to these metals. For example, iron, cobalt, steel, nickel, manganese, gadolinium, and lodestone are all ferromagnetic metals. Ferritic and martensitic stainless steels are magnetic. Annealed Austenitic stainless steels are non-magnetic. Ceramic knives and stainless steel knives made from austenitic steel are not magnetic and will not stick to a magnetic holder. However, most stainless steel knives are made from martensitic steel, which is magnetic