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Blade issues #8257665 05/05/21 04:11 PM
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I bought this knife a few years ago, and after carrying for just a bit, it developed this kind of a hard film on the blade on both sides. I don't think it is rust, as I keep everything oiled very regularly, and while oiling today no rust came off when I whipped it down. The blade is Damascus and I was wondering if there is anything I can do to fix this? Thanks!

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Re: Blade issues [Re: leswad] #8257735 05/05/21 05:04 PM
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you can try Flitz or 0000 steel wool or both, Flitz first then polish with 0000 steel wool.

Re: Blade issues [Re: leswad] #8258480 05/06/21 12:37 PM
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That's patina, you evidently cut something that reacted to the high carbon in the blade. The only way to get it completely off is sand it down with at least 600 grit sand paper and re-etch it. You can etch it with hot vinegar of you don't have any ferric chloride. If you get down to Burleson give me a heads up and I'll do it for you in a few minutes. Of course no charge, just send me a PM.

Re: Blade issues [Re: leswad] #8260842 05/09/21 01:08 PM
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Andrew Griggs was the maker not sure if he is currently making knives or not but he is on Facebook and Instagram should be able to get in touch with him he is back in Texas I believe


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Re: Blade issues [Re: leswad] #8260866 05/09/21 01:32 PM
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yes, he's around, I don't think Alaska was his cup of tea violin I believe he working security in Oklahoma.

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