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    Quote Originally Posted by jfk742 View Post
    It’s definitely silver. The pics I posted don’t show the color correctly unfortunately. I hit the smooth areas with a little silver polish as I don’t have any baking soda on hand. Should clean up nicely. The nylon brush with some dish soap cleaned out the knurling really well. After I get the razor cleaned up I’ll post some more pictures. Thanks again for the suggestion, hadn’t thought of it until you said something, duh...
    Here's a video on . I tried it once and it worked well.
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    Wrapping up a few bugs, for a day of panfishing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tintin View Post
    Here's a video on . I tried it once and it worked well.
    I learned this trick when I was in 6th grade/that was back when the World and I were quite young.

    I told my mom about it and so she dug out the good silver and it cleaned up really nice.

    The thing was that I'd forgotten that our teacher had LINED a pan with aluminum foil and I'd USED an ALUMINUM PAN---

    Can you say 'Permanently Discolored Baking Pan---
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    Those aluminum cooking pans are bad for our health and should be used for other than food anyway Roy.
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    Shaun as I had posted----------

    I learned this trick when I was in 6th grade/that was back when the World and I were quite young.


    I haven't tried that 'Trick' since.

    I will confess to enjoying my cold barley pops from aluminum cans
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    Those cans are coated on the inside so they are less likely to be unhealthy because of the aluminum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RezDog View Post
    Those aluminum cooking pans are bad for our health and should be used for other than food anyway Roy.
    Do you mean the dementia/Alzheimer's thing? I thought that had been debunked? Or is there something else?

    Either way: I much prefer cast iron pans. I think the only al pot/pan I have is the double boiler I use to melt wax for making a blacksmithing finish.
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    It was in original condition, faded red, well-worn, but nice.
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    Metals are a funny thing, and the only one that the human body seems to actually need much of is iron. We do need trace amounts of other metals but aluminum is not one of them. I have no idea if the alzimers/dimentia theory has been proven or disproven. Aluminum, particularly in deodorant, has been linked to certain cancers. They cannot prove or disprove its association at this time. To be safe I avoid consuming it as much as I can, and I bet I still get some, simply because it’s very common these days.
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    Well, I finally finished this Wosty Celebrated IXL in Cocobolo and brass. Several light coats of Renaissance Wax buffed in were all the finish it needed:
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    Added to my growing honing pile. I gotta stop rescaling and catch up on my honing! (not to mention yardwork)
    There are many roads to sharp.

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    Nice job on the razor. A fine looker.
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    It's just Sharpening, right?
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