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Knife Cleaning

Knife Cleaning




      

Knife Cleaning


Proper cleaning will ensure many years of service from your investment. You should make a habit of washing your knife after every use. As hunters we all know what fingerprints left unattended on a gun barrel will do, your knife is no different. The acids in your fingerprints can and will lead to rust, even on today's high quality stainless steel blades. The best way to wash your knife is by hand with soap and water. Immediately and completely dry it with a soft cloth. Stains can be removed using a clean wine cork and a mixture of salt and vinegar, use light pressure, so you don't mark the blade. Immediately wash the blade as described above.

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