Knife care



My knives are guaranteed to be free of defects in workmanship and materials when received from the factory. Any product I find to be defective in its original material, construction, or workmanship will be repaired at no charge. I will not warranty products due to loss, damage caused by abuse, neglect, misuse (such as prying with the knife), accident, improper blade sharpening or disassembly.


All of the knives need proper care if you want them to perform to their full potential. Modern knife steel is very high quality material, but all metal will corrode through time. Rust Not! The worst enemy of any knife is rust.


Wipe the blades with an oil-moistened cloth to prevent rust- especially if you live in a damp climate or close to the ocean. If your blade should get wet, dry it thoroughly. If your knife comes into contact with salt water or any substance you are not certain about, you should rinse it immediately with tap water, dry it and apply a light coat of oil.


Do not store knives in their sheaths. The leather collects moisture and creates pits on the blade


Keep all sand and grit out of the knife.


Don't use the back of your knife as a hammer. It may break the springs, handles or pin.


Handles made of wood can be occasionally rubbed with furniture polish or oil.


Brass can be polished with household brass polish.


Remember to keep your knife sharpened: a dull blade can be more dangerous than a properly maintained one.



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