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16 Inch Stainless Steel Magnetic Knife Holder Bar Strip

  • ELEVATE YOUR KITCHEN DECOR - Make your storage a part of your kitchen decoration! Our Stainless Magnetic Knife Bar has a modern design that accentuates any kitchen style.
  • DESIGNED FOR CONVENIENCE - Keep your kitchen organized. This utensil holder is easy to clean and will not rust. Our magnetic knife block will also keep sharp knives out of reach of children.
  • MULTIPURPOSE MAGNETIC BAR - You can use it as a knife block and kitchen utensil holder. Arrange everything in a breeze as you hang your kitchen shears, knives, whisks, scissors, art supplies, keys, garage tools, and many more!
  • DURABLE STAINLESS KNIFE STRIP - Your next kitchen tool that is built to last! Our knife bar is made from high-quality steel with strong magnetic power. Our restaurant grade knife bar will ensure that your knives will not fall off.
  • 4 EASY MOUNTING OPTIONS - Option 1: Side of refrigerator with no mounting hardware. Option 2: Includes double-sided sticky tape to mount directly to your wall without tools. Option 3: Mount to wall with included screws. Option 4: Mount to wall with included screws and anchors depending on wall type.
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