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michaelpellerin wrote:Let's turn this around: Do You Clean or not Clean Your Vintage Knife Finds?
I love finding vintage knives on ebay or yard sales, but they are usually gungky, and the blades have carbon spots.
Do you leave yours alone, or clean them? I can't stand the carbon spots!
I'm afraid to try and clean mine, for fear of ruining them, but I suspect they've been subjected to a hell of a lot more in the past.
I will use some WD-40 to ease the joints, but have no clue to clean the carbon spots off of the blades, and glue, how do you clean off glue?
Oh, and this is my first post. Hi AAPK Fam!
michaelpellerin wrote:I'm sorry for posting in the wrong section. I just wanted to lighten things up.
Sometimes my Horsesense, is actually Cowsensne!
IE: I'm an idiot.
jerryd6818 wrote:While we're all apologizing, I apologize for what I did to Mary Ellen in third grade.
whitebuffalo58 wrote:I've always told my sons and grandsons, "chasing girls isn't the problem, catching one is when the real trouble starts".