Dalstrong Rust Eraser
Dalstrong Rust Eraser
Dalstrong Rust Eraser
Dalstrong Rust Eraser

Dalstrong Rust Eraser

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Rust Eraser

For quick cosmetic touch-ups to the surface or face of your knife, bladed tool, the Dalstrong Rust Eraser can be used to rub away any unsightly corrosion or scuffs, keeping your items looking new and hygienic.

Directions for Use:

  1. Soak the Rust Eraser in water for 5 minutes.
  2. Place your knife on a flat surface and identify the direction of the steel grain on your blade.
  3. While keeping a firm grasp on the knife handle, gently rub the rust eraser over the stain, along the direction of the grain, working towards the edge. Apply water as needed. Scrub until gone.
  4. Rinse your knife thoroughly with warm water and dry well after use.

Other Applications:

- Can be used on all kinds of stainless steel tools (from scissors to spatulas)

- Bring old tools and knives back to life

- Removing stains from whetstones

 

Materials

 

  • The Dalstrong Rust Eraser: Trusted Dalstrong craftsmanship and design, engineered with the absolute best materials available.

 

Features

 

  • Protect your investment by ensuring proper maintenance of your knives and bladed tools with the Dalstrong Rust Eraser. Peak performance never looked so good to you or your wallet.
  • Unrivalled Performance: For quick cosmetic touch-ups to the surface or face of your knife, bladed tool, the Dalstrong Rust Eraser can be used to rub away any unsightly corrosion or scuffs, keeping your items looking new and hygienic.
  • Easy to use with endless applications. Can be used on all kinds of bladed products and stainless steel tools (from scissors to spatulas). Bring old tools and knives back to life by returning that mirror shine. Plus - easily remove stains from whetstones.

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