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At 10:14 on October 12, 2018,
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Charles Sample
said…

Happy Birthday John!

At 20:59 on October 11, 2018,
KnifeMaker
Jeff Schley
said…

Thanks John

At 19:54 on September 18, 2018, Jay Riley said…

Thanks.this is a very informative site.

At 18:01 on September 8, 2018, Joe Sperduto said…

Thanks John, I am hoping to learn a lot from all of the experienced members.

At 13:46 on August 16, 2018,
KnifeMaker
Chris Crawford
said…

Thank you John!

At 20:49 on July 29, 2018, JJ McCall said…

Thanks John!

At 9:05 on July 19, 2018, FRANK DOMESTICO said…

Thank you !!

At 8:18 on July 7, 2018, Michael gregoric said…

Thank you John !

At 12:54 on June 29, 2018, Lee said…
Thanks john, I appreciate it. Glad to be here!
At 19:00 on June 24, 2018, Joe Abernathy said…

Thank you

Joe

At 20:44 on April 21, 2018, John Howard said…

Thanks John

At 20:33 on April 1, 2018, J.J. Smith III said…

At 13:31 on March 30, 2018, Rudolf Waurich said…

Thank you!

Rudi

At 13:24 on January 13, 2018, Lewis E.Ward said…

Thank you.

At 4:43 on December 3, 2017, John Ward said…

Thanks for the welcome. 

I used to collect knives from the days when eBAY was selling them and over the years have added to them from antique shops etc. All of my knives are from Sheffield and there are 200  or 300. I would like to reduce the number a little and would like to sell some of them. This site does not seem to be my answer to do this and  appears to be very complicated to use. Do you know any other sites that I could try please.

Regards,

John.

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At 14:51 on November 29, 2017, Aebelskiver said…

Thank you, John, for your kind message. Much appreciated.

At 11:33 on November 24, 2017, Bill Perlman said…

Thanks and glad to be here. After many years of buying and selling knives, Ive finally decided to learn something about them, and how to clean, protect and preserve them.

I was fascinated by a quite long and comtentious list of comments back from 2010 and 2011 on differing thought on cleaning blades, or not. It was interesting but left me with no clear answer.

I have tried to remove black crud from blades, especially when the maker's name is not readable, but I've always used non-abrasive materials. WD-40 and Nevr-dull are my main ones.

Do you have any opinion on approach to dirt and rust?

At 14:45 on November 10, 2017, Alfredo said…

Thanks John!

At 12:56 on November 7, 2017,
KnifeMaker
Angel Bichev
said…

Thank you, John!

At 23:23 on November 5, 2017, Harry Meyer said…

Thank you for the welcome John.

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