Wiggysan Wiggysan: Mine came from the factory with a better looking patina then that.
Eric MONTEL: C'est du pur vandalisme ! Je suis outré
tony sal: no- some folks want the knife to look old & cool but cant wait - not for me...nice piano!
MJ Kimm: What the freak are you doing that for? You just wanted to ruin a knife? Lame bitch
Jim Smith: Is this a comedy skit you took at that time to destroy the blade then at the end you are very careful not to touch the blade to funny. You should be on SNL.
Jim Smith: People stop using vinegar all it does is draw out the carbon and makes the blade brittle.
Jim Smith: Wow you basically ruined it. Now go and see how much you can pawn it for?
Jim Smith: What was the point of using rubbing alcohol when you went and used your finger ot apply the mustard. Should have just stuck the knife blade into the jar now your finger oils will cause it to look like crap.
Hunter M: Just got an opinel no.8, and what a lovely surprise to hear art tatum!
Alberto Lambach: Quedaba mejor sin hacerle nada!!!
Vincent Dsnt: Just cut an Apple with it and your done.......
Bryan Neo: NICE BEBOP!!!
Emish Tv: Lemon juice with a Q-tip works cleaner, and lubricate with edible vegetable oil if you plan on eating anything cut with this knife. See, fast and easy without 15 minutes of annoying music!
BlackSoap361: Looks like a lot of effort to make it look like it actually gets used.
Patina and sun tans should be earned, not faked.
Marc Olivier: Why ????
nome nemo: come on! those polish did not invented for sure antything at all himself! now anywhere on youtube there are al these fgenious of anytthing and his opposite. mustard works mostly estching carbon steel because is VERY ACID in (plus a litlle of other substances) and works well as being a paste. you can also do it with winegar and low voltage electricity. of corse your firts attempt did not get well, because the chemical reaction in this case needs more oxigen too, like obsidation rust, and for example salt water in that makes a great mean to makes the reaction happens. and sorry, call all that job and effort for some those horrible bunch of spots - even for an abstract artist as me - the resulting of a wanted "patina", is really too much. nice play to teach to teenager students some chemistry.
but not offence was meant, is was just provocking for joke. keep on reading...
but, said that, great wondeful pleasant interesting music!(evenh helping the sheer content of the vid ^_^). one in a hundreds of vids with crap as soundtrack! just for that you deseverve a like. I'm a rocker but that was top level, of good ole times, of jazz. my bet it's maybe too easy, but I think i recognized the first Miles Davis, and maby also even when he played with Coltrane. btw what record was it? I'll buy it for sure - I'm mad about music - it if I have not already have it or if it's out of catalougue.
FourFifteen Concepts: Worst mustard review ever.
Aesithair Runekafi: I was able to prevent rust on my opinel by working 3 in 1 oil into the blade by using a dremmel and a cupped wire brush bit. It pretty much destroyed my wire brush, but the blade has never rusted on me.
Danvil: Sounds like Art Tatum playing, "Limehouse Blues", in the beginning. Nice result. I think you could neutralize the mustard with a dunk in a mixture of water and baking soda and then apply the oil, after you dry it. Good job! I really like the steel used in the Opinel carbon blades. It cuts great and is easy to keep screaming sharp. No shortage of A-Holes posting crap about a guy putting a patina on a knife that he paid for.
Pam Lafrance: That jazzy music . I could picture that kid from the peanuts cartoon sitting at his piano jamming away .
Forced Horseradish Mustard Patina on an Opinel No. 85
out of 5