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Unread 06-08-2020, 11:28 PM   #5
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Dale Edmunds recommended a hard carnauba wax. Bachelder recommended Watco Danish oil. Oscar Gaddy used a spray lacquer.
Renaissance Wax is not a good product on Damascus, and can obscure the pattern in my experience.
I’m with Harry. A Good hard wax protects, doesn’t get affected when it’s wiped with light gun oil, and doesn’t chip or yellow like lacquer or drying oils.
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