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Stellar Magnetic Knife Rack $12 (Was $34.95) (Knives not incl.) C&C (Or + Delivery) @ The Good Guys

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Like those seen in catering kitchens, our stainless steel rack will keep your knives to hand when cooking. With an extra-strong magnet to keep them safely and securely held, it's just what so many of you have been asking for. Wall fixings incl. (Knives not incl.)

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    Are these at all bad for a knife? (e.g. Dissimilar metal corrosion)

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      use it in the shed to hold tools?

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      I use the Furi. It's silicone coated so no metal to metal contact.

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        That looks great, how does it mount?

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          Screwed to the wall. I installed it about a year ago and just can't remember how it attaches to the screws…nothing but silicone visible from the front

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          Just got one earlier today. Couple of wall mates and screws for the bracket, then looks like the silicone magnetic bit just sits over the top kind of thing

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          @OzBragain: got mine today, looks really nice! I wonder if we get sick of the black if we could just remove the silicone?

          Just had one more question, did you remove the plastic strip used to pull the magnet apart for installation or is that meant to sit on there when mounted too?

          Thanks for the recommendation!

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          @911r:

          I think removing the silicone would defeat the purpose. Just keep it full of knives and you won't see much black…good excuse to buy more knives :)

          Sorry, I really can't remember details of how I mounted it. If you could post some pics of the plastic strip I could probably help you out.

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        That's an excellent price - $26.97 at Good Guys, if it's the same one shown on the Furi and Everten sites.

        Showing RRP of $89.95, discounted to $44.95 at Everten.

        Those two refer to it as the Pro model - but it looks the same.

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      Been using a metal one I got from AliExpress 2 years ago on 7 yr old knives. No sign of damage or wear.

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      No problems with dissimilar metals.

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      Yes, especially if you have decent knives that are carbon steel, they'll rust up in no time. You can get these made of wood (strong magnets behind the wood) that are much better for your knives.

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        I have a couple of Old Hickory knives on the Furi with no problems (they always get put away with a light coat of mineral oil). Originally looked for timber but couldn't find anything good at a decent price.

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        You need an electrolyte in the mix for galvanic corrosion to occur so unless you’re dipping your knives in lemon juice or something before putting away you will not have a problem.

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      If you're worried then get this silicon covered one
      https://www.thegoodguys.com.au/furi-magnetic-wall-rack-41360

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      Iron and iron?

  • +3 votes

    I bought similar one from Ikea 5 years ago and never looked back. The best ever!

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    I got one around this price from Harris scarf a couple years back. Used for about 1 year until I moved, couldn't be bothered screwing it into new place.
    I recommend them, they are really convenient.

    Never saw any discoloration or any change at all to the knives I hung, and it looked to be metal on metal (stainless steel slightly protruding from the top and bottom of the magnet material, not directly against magnet)

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    Any ideas how we can attach these to kitchen tile walls without screwing into the wall (renting). Have tried adhesive tape but over time the magnetic knife rack detaches.

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      I'd heard that legislation had changed which allowed renters to drill a presumedly reasonable amount of screw (mounting holes) for picture hanging etc.
      Hanging with double sided tape above/around a kitchen stove could prove very challenging even with a LOT of dbl sided tape.
      Hope this might be helpful…

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      I did it by mounting it to a piece of wood and then sticking the wood to the cabinet.

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      would Command strips work?

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        Works for me, I have the IKEA strip and just used as many of the strongest strips as would fit. No sign of the adhesive giving way after a few years.

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      I've used epoxy. When I plan on moving out, I'll just dissolve the epoxy with acetone and scrape off the remnants.

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    Thanks for sharing. Been waiting for a deal on one of these for ages

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    Good spotting op. Just got one in Perth.

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    Two knives is pretty terrific