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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    Better?
    Awesome work! Though, now I really want to sand and oil my cutting board, haha.
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    a little color on a forgecraft


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lefty View Post
    Davis Honyaki Gyuto

    Just got a Davis 0-1 suji and after cutting one chicken breast and letting it sit for a minute it had a nice blue tinted rainbow patina that I can't wait to expand upon. Not to mention that coming in slightly sharp it still cut like a champ.

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    Takeo Murata 210 gyuto after thinning behind the edge & chopping shallots:
    Vestigia nulla retrorsum.

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    Kato Workhorse 240 After A Shift (No Filter)

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    Dexter carbon after a ton of work, practice, sanding, polishing, etc. Bolster removed, reprofiled, thinned behind the edge, nicely blued after preparing chilli! Love this knife, although could use more thinning and some cleanup. I feel like this is the knife that will never truly be done, but boy is it fun to work on. Gets wicked sharp and is a significant blade!






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    patina

    Quote Originally Posted by Salty dog View Post
    HI can you tell me what chemical was used to getthis patina

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    Quote Originally Posted by putterman View Post
    HI can you tell me what chemical was used to getthis patina
    Beef blood if I remember correctly.
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