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Old 08-30-2013, 07:10 PM   #11
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What about CLR or a metal cleaning polish? what about that ceramic stove top cleaning stuff.

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CLR ( THE SOAP TYPE ) & bronze wool .... Same as 000 fine steel wool; but its not.
Don't go Gorilla on it..... Nice & easy does it.... evv..e..rry time.


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Ya I will look into clr. Here are some new pics I took of the knife just for fun

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You can first degrease the blade with brake cleaner of a gun degreaser spray if you so desire . For removing rust, WD- 40 is a good thing to try first because it is unlikely to do any damage . If the rust remains, I might try some Liquid Wrench original or PB Blaster .

To keep the rust away , I'd first degrease the blade and then coat it with BreakFree CLP .

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OP. If the rust is till on the blade, i would try this: http://www.gunzilla.us/

Sprat it on, and let it sit fro 24 hours. Wipe it off, and see if it needs a second application. If it does, repeat step one, and after the second application spray some on the blade, and scrub it with a nylon bristle brush. If it will take rust off of a blued barrel without damaging the blueing, it should work on the coating on that blade.



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