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Maintaining Zebrawood Scales!

PostPosted: Sun Oct 06, 2019 2:52 am
by Madmarco
Hey Guys! Just wondering if anyone could advise me on what substance to apply to Zebrawood scales, to help preserve them? I've read about anything from mineral oil to Pledge Furniture Wax, for other types of wood scales, but can't find anything specific about Zebrawood! Any help is appreciated, thx, Mark! 8-)

Re: Maintaining Zebrawood Scales!

PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2019 4:30 pm
by Rubens Blades
I use WD-40. It cleans and makes the wood shine.

Re: Maintaining Zebrawood Scales!

PostPosted: Mon Oct 07, 2019 5:51 pm
by Madmarco
TYVM Rueben! I just got this beast from JB on Friday, and I couldn't be more pleased! The knife is FAR nicer in person than in the pictures! You my friend are a TRUE craftsman! Can hardly wait to hear from JB regarding removing the blade instead of the spring, for shipping to Canada, on an Omerta 9"er, I want to purchase next, that has a fixed pivot pin, due to Canada Customs performing their "flicking" knives open bullshit, and thus allowing them to seize them as prohibited knives! They are opening folders as much as 3/4 of the way,(illegally, btw, but who has the $ to fight the government) and "flicking" them open the rest of the way, and classifying them as "flick" knives! You can virtually open ANY folder that much, and flick it open! I can walk down any street in Canada with my 18" Gil Hibben Arkansas Toothpick Bowie strapped to my leg, and not get hassled, but God forbid I open a folder with a button, or a flick, or a flipper, DUH! Thx again for the info, I want to show this baby as much TLC as possible! Mark. 8-)

Re: Maintaining Zebrawood Scales!

PostPosted: Fri Oct 11, 2019 5:01 pm
by Rubens Blades
Nice!!….and we are working to make things easier for you guys up there. :D

Re: Maintaining Zebrawood Scales!

PostPosted: Wed Dec 04, 2019 8:01 pm
by Madmarco
Thats really good to hear, thank you so much! I've successfully received 3 knives from you guys so far, and only lost 1 cheapo to the Customs Clowns and their "flicking" BS, and have 2 dozen more models I want for my collection! Please keep up the great work! Mark! 8-)