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Pocket Knife Maintenance and Care

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pocket knife, pocket knives, pocket knife care, Due to the replaceable nature of the blade, maintenance and care of a pocket knife is very simple. Just follow these quick steps to keep your pocket knife in healthy working order for years to come.
pocket knife, pocket knives, pocket knife care, If your pocket knife’s blade or handle become dirty, simply clean off with rubbing alcohol and a soft cloth. Rubbing alcohol is an excellent alternative to water as it evaporates extremely quickly, leaving no moisture behind to rust or corrode the metal.
pocket knife, pocket knives, pocket knife care, If you find any spots of rust on your pocket knife, you may be able to remove them by soaking the affected area in white vinegar (sometimes sold as ‘distilled vinegar’). White vinegar reacts with rust to dissolve it, leaving behind a rusty paste, which you can then wipe away with a vinegar-soaked cloth.
pocket knife, pocket knives, pocket knife care, If your knife’s blade becomes stuck, don’t force it – while the blade itself is replaceable, excess force applied to the blade may damage its housing, making it more difficult to replace the blade in future. If truly stuck, simply eject the blade to free the knife itself, and remove the blade using a heavy duty pair of pliers.

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