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    Quote Originally Posted by stove View Post
    The scales shined up a bit and look a lot better. I plan on giving it another treatment of neatsfood oil next weekend.
    You can also dab it on with w Q-tip like sharpton mentions or put some on a rag & wipe it one rather than soaking. I don't think it dries up. You'll love old horn as time goes. It's cool! I love making scales from it. I was working on a new pair last night.

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    I wiped it on with a rag and let it sit, to "soak in".
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    Color me Green with envy. that's a good looking razor for a antique store find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhensley View Post
    Color me Green with envy. that's a good looking razor for a antique store find.
    I like it too. I think it's cool!

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    Yea, I'm loving this thing. Here is a pic of the scales. Glad I listened to you guys .

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    They looked better but not this good when I put it away yesterday. The neetsfoot oil did magic while sitting over night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stove View Post
    They looked better but not this good when I put it away yesterday. The neetsfoot oil did magic while sitting over night.
    It's looking better & better!!!! It's a beautiful razor.

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