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Wind Mill Knives today - nice tickets - fare 9 months 2 weeks ago #14301

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B).....East beach fare was pretty good as expected today.

Started slow with one pair of meager scissors, but improved after those.

8” Wusthof was next, large hedge trimmer, then a family of Robert Herder’s and we end with 8” henckels and 5”something ticket.

Dollar an inch – I like it.

See you for surfchurch knife gig – vb market - good luck to everyone.

Vid is like 5 mins.
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Wind Mill Knives today - nice tickets - fare 9 months 2 weeks ago #14302

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Good diversity of things to sharpen I like the Robert Herder Carbon knives I bet they took a good edge.
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Wind Mill Knives today - nice tickets - fare 9 months 2 weeks ago #14304

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That seems like a very nice day indeed.

I also got a group of 4 carbon steel knives in yesterday. Not only were the edges in bad shape but the blade surfaces were a bit rusted. I taped some cardboard in place and applied some polishing grit to it and just rubbed those blades flat to regain some respectability.
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Wind Mill Knives today - nice tickets - fare 9 months 2 weeks ago #14305

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One easy method to clean off carbon steel knives is with Ajax which is an abrasive powder cleaner wet a cork then then put plenty of the product onto the end of the cork and then work on the blade with the cork in a circular motion it is also good for cleaning off the ceramic stones it works well and it saves cutting your fingers on th edge .
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Wind Mill Knives today - nice tickets - fare 9 months 2 weeks ago #14314

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LeoBarr wrote:
Good diversity of things to sharpen I like the Robert Herder Carbon knives I bet they took a good edge.

Absolutely! They are a joy to sharpen.
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Wind Mill Knives today - nice tickets - fare 9 months 2 weeks ago #14343

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LeoBarr wrote:
One easy method to clean off carbon steel knives is with Ajax which is an abrasive powder cleaner wet a cork then then put plenty of the product onto the end of the cork and then work on the blade with the cork in a circular motion it is also good for cleaning off the ceramic stones it works well and it saves cutting your fingers on th edge .

If you can find "Bar Keepers Friend" in your part of the world it is a lot better then Ajax. Just a fyi?
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