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Knife Maintance

Modern knife steel is very high quality material, but all metal will corrode through time. Occasionally oil the joints and springs of a pocket knife with a drop or two of oil. This will assure easier opening and closing and will prevent rust and lessen wear. Wipe the blades now and then with an oil-moistened cloth to prevent rust- especially if you live in a damp climate or close to the ocean. If your blade should get wet, dry it thoroughly. If your knife comes into contact with salt water or any substance you are not certain about, you should rinse it immediately with tap water, dry it and apply a light coat of oil.

Do not store knives in their sheaths. The leather collects moisture and creates pits on the blade.Check the locking notch of lockbacks regularly to ensure that it will work properly. Keep all sand and grit out of the knife. Keep the mechanisms clean. Remember to never rely on a folding knife to be permanently locked in position.Do not use the cutting blade as a can opener, chisel, pry bar, screwdriver or for any heavy work for which your knife was not designed. Also, don't use the back of your knife as a hammer. It may break the springs, handles or pin.Handles made of wood can be occasionally rubbed with furniture polish or oil. Brass can be polished with household brass polish.Remember to keep your knife sharpened -- a dull blade can be more dangerous than a properly maintained one.

some knife care tips from various sources and companies:

Every responsible and caring knife owner (that describes all of us!) needs to know the basics regarding the proper care of their edged tools. A well-maintained knife will serve as one's companion indefinitely. The term "knife care" encompasses more than just knowing how to put a razor sharp edge on your blades.

Blades: Rust Not!

If one lives and/or works in a marine environment, please pay close attention. Since the air in places like coastal regions has a higher than normal moisture content, with some salt mixed in, it is important to keep the surface of the blade lightly coated with a film of oil. The oil will prevent the salt-tinged moist air from coming into contact with the blade steel. Any household grade lubricating oil will suffice.

Folding Knife Lubrication: A Pivot-al Issue

Another good use for oil in maintaining your knives - as pivot lubrication.


Knives are tools that are indispensable companions in our daily living and they also are investments. These reasons are why they should be cared for properly. Well-maintained knives will perform better, last longer, and provide the owner years and years of satisfaction. The above tips are based on my years of experience collecting and using knives - always consult the warranty documentation that comes with your knife on the manufacturer's recommendations for care.

All knives we sell are made to provide years of reliable service. Like most equipment, knives need a little care. Here are a few tips to help you get lasting service from your knife:

  • Keep your knife dry -the entire knife, not just the blade.

  • Keep your knife clean, particularly moving parts and locking device.

  • Keep your knife oiled; especially pivot points and the blade.

  • Keep your knife sharp. A sharp blade is safer than a dull one.

  • Do not attempt self-repair. This voids the warranty and may create an unsafe condition.

Cleaning

After using your knife, it is a good practice to clean and dry your knife (the entire knife, not just the blade). Even for blades that are made with corrosion-resistant stainless steel, prolonged exposure to the elements can cause the steel's surface to oxidize. Folding knives should be kept clean of debris, particularly the locking device on lock-blade knives.

Lubricating

Periodically, and always after cleaning, apply a small amount of lubricant to the working parts of the knife, particularly the pivot points of a folding knife. Then apply a thin film of lubricant to the entire surface of the blade. This will help prevent surface oxidation and corrosion from moisture.











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