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Thread: Restoring mirror finish

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    Senior Member mattrud's Avatar
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    on top of this I was wondering what you guys like to use for patina removal and light rust removal? and yes I know, why would you want to remove patina, I do not, but wondering what people use.

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    I've used barkeeper's friend and flitz but lately, i've been using an awesome pair of rust erasers that I'm not sure Jon wants me to mention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pensacola Tiger View Post
    No, you are way too coherent.
    Acting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrud View Post
    on top of this I was wondering what you guys like to use for patina removal and light rust removal? and yes I know, why would you want to remove patina, I do not, but wondering what people use.
    I've been using stone slurry from a natural stone. If the patina or rust isn't too deep this works well and doesn't impact the previous finish of the knife.

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    Nevr dull is kick ass stugf for polishing, removing patina and many other uses...

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    Are mirror finishes supposed to be devoid of scratches - when seen at all angles? Mine only appear scratch-less when seen a certain way.

    And what causes / how do I get rid of those faint, spider web type scratches?

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