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    hey guys to all you masamoto ks owner what is the patina usally like visually on this knife is it pretty or more on the dull side and if anyone has pics please feel free to show them im very interested thanks

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    I don't own a ks but I have had a few white steel knives. The patina really depends on what you are cutting. Blues and purples from proteins and onions, citrus, acidic fruits produce more of a grey patina.

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    That has to be one of the nicest lineups of knives ever!
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    This was the last patina before I sold the KS.


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    It goes from dull gray to rather radiant colors depending of the light. I have been cutting a little bit of everything with mine and this is what it looks like today. Avatar is KS too.




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    Here's mine. Takes a nice blue patina.

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    A little faux honyaki patina; pre Henry handle....Name:  aa6.jpg
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    That's one of a hell creativity!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NO ChoP! View Post
    A little faux honyaki patina; pre Henry handle....Attachment 14125
    I'm always playing with patina on my carbons, but I have to say this is rich! Would you mind sharing your secret?

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