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#1 posted 11-27-2012 02:25 PM

Thanks guys. I know there’s a lot of different ways people beat the rust, and so far I haven’t seen major problems in my shop, but it’s all still new. I want to start off right and develop good habits from the start.

So am I ok with using T-9 on my blades and chisels? I’ve recently cleaned up a couple of old chisels (bought cheap, wanted to practice flattening the backs – got what I wanted for practice and more – what a pain to flatten some of these!). The new steel I’ve exposed needs something, I’d wager.

Rich, I’m thinking of ordering the camellia oil, but it seems so expensive from L-V. Does one of those bottles last? It seems like such a small amount…

-- --- Patrick.

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