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Very cool finished look.

Do you have to “seal” (like woodworking) it in any way? I had a set of Damascus knives my brother gave me and they rusted terribly. Wonder if I should have been piling them after each use, whether the stock he was using wasn’t great, or whether there should have been a “seal” process that never happened.


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Had the same problem, bought a Damascus blade made from forged battle tank barrel steel. But hat the problem that it got in touch with vinegar and it rusted in massive way
 

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I use bowling ball wax to seal it, here is my next one The Damascus Warrior


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I use bowling ball wax to seal it, here is my next one The Damascus Warrior


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Hi

Can you specify what wax this is you use and where to get it (Europe).

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Hi

Can you specify what wax this is you use and where to get it (Europe).

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I'm in US check Amazon or just Google bowling ball wax I use Storm Xtra Shine wax

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I'm in US check Amazon or just Google bowling ball wax I use Storm Xtra Shine wax

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Found the one you mention on Amazon US. Ships here.

Can you clean it off? And then reapply?

I need it for this:




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I use it same as car wax just read the instructions yes you can reapply if that what you ask.


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I use it same as car wax just read the instructions yes you can reapply if that what you ask.


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Awesome.

And it resolves the issue with transpiration causing oxidation? Or even worse rusting. And having your arm getting rust marks.


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You can always wipe it off with olive oil or any vegetables oils

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You can always wipe it off with olive oil or any vegetables oils

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True of course. But I’d like it to prevent it from the start by sealing it.
In summertime it’s especially a problem.


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