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    Carter polished

    Not long ago, got a knife from one forum participant
    Strokes on the knife from the manufacturer, catching up on me melancholy.
    "Good" cold winter and a few free evenings polishing.
    It's not perfect, there are many small scratches, but it's better than it was

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    Much better nice job.

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    Looks good to me. Hell of a difference from when it was new

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    Where is my patina

    Nice job though

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    Nice Job!

    you all know what I think about carter

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    Nice job. Is the sticking an issue with this high polish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marko Tsourkan View Post
    Nice job. Is the sticking an issue with this high polish?

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    honestly
    After polishing did not cut anything yet, although I have no problem with sticking food, I just do not pay attention to it.
    Quote Originally Posted by Peco View Post
    Where is my patina

    Nice job though
    do not worry, it will appear after the first use of a knife in the kitchen.
    PS Thanks for the knife

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vladimir View Post
    PS Thanks for the knife
    U r welcome, glad you like it

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    Nice Job! Shows what you can do with a little bit of love.


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    Now, it deserve a new handle

    Very nice job. Did you use sand paper?

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