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    Michael Rader 240mm Wa-Gyuto


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    Just a note: I offer lifetime FREE sharpening on all my knives regardless of whether you are the original buyer or not. Some of the guys who sell knives for me don't advertise that because they offer sharpening services themselves, but I just wanted you to know.

    Let me know when you become the new owner and I'll let you know where to send it for a touch-up. Thanks.

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    I must admit, I'm surprised to see this up.
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    This is like a work of art. Stunning!

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    I'm not a mustard guy otherwise......

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    Just use CO2, Salty!
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    Should be easier to remove mustard patina than polish Masamoto.


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    Yeah, in all seriousness, I'd use baking soda on it if it bugged you. I was kidding about Co2....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Should be easier to remove mustard patina than polish Masamoto.
    true nuf

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