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Re: Preservative Removal [Re: SkunkHunter] #1049894 11/21/20 01:31 PM
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I used WD40 came right off.


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Re: Preservative Removal [Re: MonkeyBomb] #1049898 11/21/20 02:57 PM
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Originally Posted by MonkeyBomb
I've only used Break-Free CLP. I was blissfully unaware there were other brands of CLP. I do have Rem-oil that is probably 20 years old. It's not a cleaner but a thin oil that I use for bolt guns and light oil on knife blades. Once I finish this bottle up I have some better stuff waiting in the wings.


I've been using Slip 2000 EWL for weapons (including knives when I can't find my mineral oil). Love the stuff.


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Re: Preservative Removal [Re: tedwca] #1049981 11/27/20 06:15 PM
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Originally Posted by tedwca
Would have been nice to know earlier. mad

Dogs

Sorry for any confusion.

SR-101 is susceptible to staining/rust. I personally us WD40 to clean and maintain my satin blades for what its worth

For U.S. based shipments I will change the protection to something else. International shipment will most likely remain the current spray on film...It takes longer and not all countries handle packages in the same way.

Dan

Re: Preservative Removal [Re: Dumpster Dan] #1050352 12/19/20 10:35 PM
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Originally Posted by Dumpster Dan
Originally Posted by tedwca
Would have been nice to know earlier. mad

Dogs

Sorry for any confusion.

SR-101 is susceptible to staining/rust. I personally us WD40 to clean and maintain my satin blades for what its worth

For U.S. based shipments I will change the protection to something else. International shipment will most likely remain the current spray on film...It takes longer and not all countries handle packages in the same way.

Dan


Thanks Dan.


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Re: Preservative Removal [Re: SkunkHunter] #1050433 12/28/20 02:04 PM
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Thanks Dan for a rust-free blade! I really did not mind the goop on the blade - I used 91% rubbing alcohol, and then hot water to clean it.

Re: Preservative Removal [Re: SkunkHunter] #1051596 02/20/21 03:25 PM
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Simple Green takes it right off.

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