My project

Discussion in 'Restoration & Razor Making How-To's.....' started by Tylerbrycen, May 1, 2012.

  1. some restores so I'd figured I'd post pics. There was heavy putting in these blades and the Spanish point had a lot of tarnish. And the wade and butcher had a lot of rust the top razor I can't remember the names o these sorry guys I'll put them in here sometime today. The top on has extremely a lot of scratches towards the spine and towards the edge. The very bottom blade had hardly any rust on it at all so is was the easier of the four to. Learn with the dremel.​
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  2. Great project blades. Did you pick them up locally or ?

    Can't wait to see what you do with them.
     
  3. It'll be fun to see how they turn out! Good luck.
     
  4. pic's please.
     
  5. The help of a dremel, I borrowed a guys from work cause I knew his dremel didn't have just one super sonic speed so it helped out tremendously. And it gives me a fresh start on sanding itself​
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  6. HLS

    HLS

    Tyler, those look like they have potential to be high dollar blades. Go slow. Do alot of hand sanding and keep us updated. Sometimes the dremel is very unforgiving.
     
  7. Don't underestimate a scotch brite wheel on a dremel. It can take off rust and stains without harming the metal. I try to use the softest wheel possible to minimize problems.
     
  8. That sounds like a great idea for next time skrymr thanks for the idea
     
  9. No problem, I was surprised at how well it worked. A lot less scratches to remove when sanding, and you can sometimes start at a higher grit, depending on the extent of the pitting and how much you want to get rid of.
     

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