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    Disposing of Kitchen Knives. How?
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    • 19th Nov 06, 1:45 PM
    Disposing of Kitchen Knives. How? 19th Nov 06 at 1:45 PM
    Probably the wrong place to post this... but ...ermm.. couldnt find anywhere else to put it.

    I have just bought a real nice set of kitchen knives in a block and need to get rid of my old set.
    Now, they arent nice enough to give to anyone, so I wondered how to dispose of them.
    Dont want to just 'dump' them in the rubbish or go to the dump, because that is asking for someone to get hurt one way or another.

    Do you think the police would take them, or am I wasting their time?:confused:
    "Never save something for a special occasion. Every day in your life is a special occasion".
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