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Thread: Watanabee vs.Dishwasher

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    Aren't women supposed to be good with things in the kitchen, lol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Martell View Post
    Looks like you left out on your counter overnight Stefan.
    Ain't dat da truth. ... I bought a carbon steel pan a while ago and hung it up on my kitchen rack which admittedly is close to the always open window. Next time I looked, this is what I had:


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    Makes the Watanabe look o.k....

    Stefan

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    That's enough to make a grown man cry! - that goes for the watanabe as well as the pan. . .

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    I will pray for the knife tonight.... should not be to bad of a fix but it will take some elbow grease! have fun.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Ain't dat da truth. ... I bought a carbon steel pan a while ago and hung it up on my kitchen rack which admittedly is close to the always open window. Next time I looked, this is what I had:


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    Makes the Watanabe look o.k....

    Stefan
    That looks familiar... nice patina. Next stop, belt sander

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    Yeah, sorry about that... Didn't I read somewhere that soaking it in Coke helps. I hope that Coke zero works also, 'cause that's what I've got...

    Stefan

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    There is a product called CLR (calcium, lime,rust) that is availably in Canada, pretty much dissolves either, not sure if it is available in the US though... It would give you a great head start.


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    Try soaking it in coke. It was recommended on KF and apparently works wonders. http://www.knifeforums.com/forums/sh...hp?tid/900376/

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    Quote Originally Posted by apicius9 View Post
    Yeah, sorry about that... Didn't I read somewhere that soaking it in Coke helps. I hope that Coke zero works also, 'cause that's what I've got...

    Stefan
    Coke Zero is acidic, so it should do just fine. that's a lot of rust, though, so the mentioned CLR (which is available in Ohio, at least) might be worth tracking down.

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