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Thread: FS: Masamoto KS Wa-Gyuto 240mm

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    this knife is still available for sale

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    I'd pick this up in a heart beat if I had the funds. Maybe if it's still available on payday lol. Good luck!

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    Oh man. What will that mirror finish look like as it gains patina? Does it even form patina in the same way?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tbott View Post
    Oh man. What will that mirror finish look like as it gains patina? Does it even form patina in the same way?
    It would still patina, you could polish with Flitz if you wanted to remove it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbott View Post
    Oh man. What will that mirror finish look like as it gains patina? Does it even form patina in the same way?
    It will still patina, but probably not as quickly. At least that's been my experience with the buffing wheel and CrO2.
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    The patina would look awesome over a mirror finish too.
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    Does the mirror finish affect stiction?

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    Mirror finish do get patina but not as fast, just use a little flitz and little rub the patina is gone

    for me the mirror finish doesn't affect stiction of food, what i notice is more of people cutting technique that affect stiction more than anything else.

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    Imho the mirror polish reduces reactivity bc polishing reduces surfave area. Less exposed, less oxidation. My experience atleast. Stiction varying upon finish is a whole nother story..

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