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. Bring the knife into position again but with the blade against the bottom side of the steel. Then, repeat the same motion of passing the blade over the steel. . Repeat the motion, alternating the knife from side to side; a dozen strokes will true the edge. Steel your knives as often as necessary to keep their edges straight. Care of Knives Never throw knives into a drawer with other cutlery or tools. It is a good idea to have a knife rack for each watch fastened to some convenient place in the galley. Do not use knives to open cans, cut wire bands, or open cases  of  foodstuffs. DISHWASHING  MACHINES Proper  operation  and  care  of  dishwashing  machines are  vital  to  the  sanitation,  safety,  and  efficiency  of  your activity, so you must know your machines and follow directions for their use and maintenance. Dishwashing  machines  used  in  the  Navy  are classified as one-tank, two-tank or three-tank machines. The three-tank machine is a fully automatic, continuous racking machine that scrapes, brushes, and provides two rinses. It is used at major recruit installations and other large  activities. Single-tank  Dishwashing  Machine Single-tank machines (fig. 4-13) are used in small ships or small messes whereby installation of larger dishwashing  machines  is  not  feasible  and  practical. Wash  and  rinse  sprays  are  controlled  separately  by automatic,  self-opening,  and  self-closing  valves  in  the automatic  machine,  or  by  handles  in  the  manually operated machine. The automatic machine provides for a 40-second wash and a 10-second rinse; for manually Figure  4-13.—Single-tank  dishwashing  machine. 4-19

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