Forced Horseradish Mustard Patina On An Opinel No. 8




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stormbringerr mourn: whats the point ? patina is for antiques.

Troy Ryan: The ,'secret' is vinegar,,and nice music,,and vinegar.

Troy Ryan: Excellent music choice.

Gábor Magyary: Stick it into a potato for a night or boil some vinegar... this was time wasting.
And anyway... the best looking patina on a knife is still the real patina what building up on years of using. Well.. that would be a way longer video for sure. :P

Santino green: Ok to patina a mechanical mod e-cig, jewelry and a large variety of stuff, but etching is for blades man, etching is cool, forced rust... Kinda dumb if your ever gonna want to use that knife fore anything except decor and the blade was not blunted so i just see it as dumb

dumptuck: Why is everyone so mad? These knives cost 10$, not a big loss guys...

nolobede: Worst music ever.
 I crap better than that.

BUSHMANMIKE SHEDHUNTER: That blade looked very tight. Wood must have swelled. Nice try though. 

John Burnett: This is the dumbest thing I have ever seen.

rev myk: pretty

schlaznger: You can force a patina by boiling vinegar and dip the blade in it.  After the blade has dried hit it with metal polish.  It's durable and very nice.  Just fyi if you want to try it

[heat-mon]: its perfectly fine to create a patina on a carbon steel knife. i know quite a few of my knives where i had to put an all over patina on it because it was starting to rust. if you live in a humid area, such as mississippi where i live, youd have to give pretty close maintenance to the knife, or it will surely be ruined by the humidity causing rust. does that mean youd have to force a mustard patina on it like this? of course not, this guy is being a complete idiot in this video. you can give your knife a patina by cutting fruits, some vegetables, or other foods, but the best way to force a patina on a knife to prevent heavy rust is to put the blade in a cup of vinegar, and let it sit for maybe around 30 to 45 minutes. it will give an all over patina to prevent rust damage, and you wont look like a complete doofus like this guy

Leszek Maruszczyk: Looks nice, but do You buy new mustard for this video? :P

MrTechgeeknerd: Not the most useful patina but it looks nice, at least for me.

flosilk1: All people run after a clean knife, but you make it dirty

PvTLink234: It's looks like you killed it. Aren't the dark dots a bit deep?

James Phillips: I guess I am missing the point of doing this. I get those marks forging the blade and work to get rid of them. Why would I want them .

Karegan: I kinda like look of this knife. Makes it looks a li'l steampunk:D

Major Marco: I didn't know Woody Allen made knife videos .
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