SAND PAPER LEAVESS OF DIFFERENT SIZES...

by DAAB...
(Pattaya... THAILAND...)

Nothing special really...

About how to prevent too much rust on your blades...

Using before some grinding and sharpening stones of different sizes, as I could not success really to obtain a very clear and shiny blade for some of my ancient Khukuri, then I tried to do it myself by using some leaves of sand paper of... different sizes...
with also some good quantity of water...



AND IT WORKS ! ! !

In revenge, for some real samurai swords, I wouldn't dare to do the same thing at all...
because of the tempered line on the edge... Hamon...

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Definitely!
by: Paul

Hi Daab,

Great advice: a little sand paper, some water and good old fashioned elbow grease is the perfect recipe to get a nice satin finish on any blade.

But yes, with Japanese swords that have a real hamon - you need to do things a little differently (google "hybrid polishing" for that recipe!) :-)

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