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Knife corkscrew (wine knife)

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  1. Wipe the bottle clean first, first use a knife along the circular protrusion of the bottle mouth, cut the rubber cap that seals the bottle mouth, pay attention to turning your hands, do not turn the bottle, if it is old wine, there will be normal precipitation at the bottom of the bottle, turn the bottle It will make the sediment float. Be very careful when handling tin bottle caps, it often leaves a razor-sharp edge that can be inconvenient if your hand accidentally touches it. The bottle mouth of wine produced in some countries will have an opening tape, it is simple, just tear off the sealing tape.

2. Wipe the mouth of the bottle with a table cloth or paper towel. If you find mold on the top of the cork, don't worry. It's normal to have a little mold and dust. It doesn't mean that the wine is broken. Just wipe the bottle neck with a clean cloth. Be especially careful with old lead-capped bottles, as small amounts of oozing wine can react with lead to form toxic lead salts.

3. At this time, insert the auger tip of the corkscrew into the center of the cork (if the drill is crooked, the cork will easily be pulled off), then upright the auger and slowly rotate it clockwise to drill into the cork. Tip: Don't drill the auger in all at once, it is better to leave a ring. Because I don't know the length of the cork, if I drill the auger all the way through at one time, it will pass through the cork and spill the cork chips into the wine.

4. First fasten the first movable joint to the mouth of the bottle and hold it tightly with your left hand; then lift the handle straight up with your right hand.

Note: The left hand must be clenched tightly, and the right hand is "lifting" rather than pushing, otherwise it is easy to infer the cork. In addition, lifting will be more labor-saving, because the longer the force arm, the more labor-saving.

5. When the cork is halfway out, snap the second joint to the mouth of the bottle and repeat the previous action.

6. Stop when you feel that the cork is about to be pulled out, hold the cork with your hand, shake or turn it gently, and gently pull out the cork.