When throwing knives, be sure to take all necessary precautions. Since even blunt blades can cause cuts, they pose a threat to anyone who comes across your knife. Before throwing away the knife, pack it tightly to avoid possible injuries, and then select the disposal method.
Use bubble wrap. If you decide to throw away the knife, bubble wrap is the best option. It will reliably cover the blade, prevent cuts and accidental injuries during disposal.
· For starters, you should wrap the knife in thick parchment. After that, wrap several layers of bubble wrap on the knife.
· If necessary, fix the bubble wrap with a layer of adhesive tape.
Add cardboard. When disposing of a knife, consider adding an extra layer of cardboard. Before discarding the knife, place it in an old shoe box or any other container made of cardboard. This step is also relevant if you plan to give or give the knife to someone.
Use other materials. If you don’t have cardboard or bubble wrap, you can use a newspaper, old clothes, or any other material that can easily be wrapped around the blade. Just wrap the knife in several layers of available materials. If necessary, fix the material with tape.
Put the wrapped knife in a cardboard box and discard it. If you decide to throw away the knife, first put it in the box. Before you throw the box into the trash, seal it with tape. So you save the garbage collector from possible danger.
Discard the knife. If your local recycling center accepts metal, you can recycle your knife. If you are not familiar with the principles of the waste disposal center, call them during business hours and find out everything. Make sure your knives are tightly and securely wrapped before disposal.
Contact a professional knife grinder. Even if you no longer need the knife, you should still contact a professional knife grinder. Check the newspaper and online ads section to see if a knife grinder works in your area. The grinder may want to purchase an old knife that can be adapted and used for repairs.
Consider making a donation. The knife can also be donated. Someone may be interested in buying even a dull blade, so that after it again to grind and return to work. Find out if local charities accept knives as donations.
Hand it over for scrap. Try to find out what metal your knife is made of. Most knives are made of steel, iron or an alloy of metals. Depending on the metal, the knife is most likely to be turned over for scrap. Take a look on the Internet or on the bulletin board and make a couple of phone calls. See if anyone is interested in buying an old knife.
· Before disposing, try not to leave knives unpacked anywhere, for example, on the sidewalk.
But there are a few rules so as not to cause disaster.
- First, before throwing knives, they need to be cleaned energetically. To do this, simply put them for 3-4 hours in cold water
- Secondly, do not throw away knives with ordinary garbage. It is best to bury them in the ground or throw them into a running pond.
- Thirdly, if it is more convenient for you to dig in the knives, then make sure that their tip is not directed towards your house, otherwise it will bring trouble.
- And fourthly, if you threw the knives into the pond, then after them throw as many coins as there were knives. And if you decide to bury, then throw coins into the same hole.
* Whisper from Brownie
If you suspect that any of your things have spoilage, then remove it like this:
You need to sprinkle the thing with holy water and say 7 times:
“I am scouring the forest-field, I am looking for witchcraft, under stones, in bushes, in swamps, in heaven. I found sorcery, beat me with a conspiratorial word - and deleted it forever. Let it be so".
How to get rid of old knives?
Message Ms. Midnight »Mar 07, 2018 9:11 p.m.
How to get rid of old knives?
Message JulijaNi »Mar 07, 2018 11:49 PM
Yes you can. These are not magic knives that were used in rituals, but an ordinary kitchen knife.
When they give knives (or kitchen sets in which there are knives), it is customary to take money for this gift. Purely symbolic. Then it will be considered not a gift, but a purchase.
It is believed that any sharp object, including and a knife, cuts the positive energy of the surrounding space, thereby attracting misfortunes, quarrels and any negative. Therefore, it is customary not to leave the knives openly lying on the table, but to put them in drawers. Well, and give, respectively, too. Type thereby bring trouble on the person to whom you give.
Another version that the knife can cut even the strongest friendship, and therefore do not give))
And you can throw as much as you like)))