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Don't forget a tube of Flitz metal polish (or equal) if you like keeping brass & steel clean & shining. Some folks do not. They prefer the natural patina that developes on brass bolsters or carbon steel blades but I like my toys looking good and I like my knives sharp. Here again many knife collectors want only knives that have been "never carried, never used, never sharpened".
I have some older Case XX knives that are only moderately sharp because they could be considered a collector's item but I have no intentions at present of selling them anyway but who knows? My everyday, working knife is quite sharp but not to the point where I'll cut myself if I just touch the edge. As Dirty Harry said "a smart man know's his limits".
Also, I agree that mineral oil is the best all around lubricant and safe as well, being that it is not petroleum based. That way, if you don't clean off all the mineral oil before opening a can of beans (being that you've spent your last dime on the knife) and using your knife to eat 'em with, your not going to poison yourself. Works fine as a lubricant for sharpening on an oil stone and it's cheap. You don't need to buy a little plastic bottle of specially formulated honing oil.