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Don’t do this. I have no idea if this shit is poisonous or not.

I’m just wondering if you could put liquid ceramic coating that is being used in the automotive industry on a knife blade to keep it looking good.
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Cerokote? I’ve never been a big fan but it seems like it’s put on a lot of carbon folders by the manufacturer.

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In the same vein, why not a good quality chrome plating?

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Sorry for unconstructive comment but... STUPID STUPID STUPID

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Renvers wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 2:51 pm
Sorry for unconstructive comment but... STUPID STUPID STUPID
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I think there are better ways to respond to a post you don't like (maybe just ignore it) without flaming someone.
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Pretty sure Mark wasn’t asking this for himself but point taken. Let me rephrase more constructively. Pls do not take industrial automotive compounds not approved for food safety to coat kitchen utensils. In all likelihood it will be flaking off within a year or two.

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Renvers wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:26 pm
...Pls do not take industrial automotive compounds not approved for food safety to coat kitchen utensils. In all likelihood it will be flaking off within a year or two.
Unless you're making a hood ornament out of it.
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Renvers wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:26 pm
Pretty sure Mark wasn’t asking this for himself but point taken. Let me rephrase more constructively. Pls do not take industrial automotive compounds not approved for food safety to coat kitchen utensils. In all likelihood it will be flaking off within a year or two.
Cool. Thanks for coming back Renvers
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Health & safety aside, my first thought was could you do it with a different grit on each side of the blade please. Then I could touch up my other knives on the run, without having to dig out stones, rods or strops .............
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I apologize for a misspelling earlier. I meant to type cerakote. Benchmade uses it. For a kitchen knife just go with a kurouchi finish.

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Jeff B wrote:
Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:44 pm
Unless you're making a hood ornament out of it.
That be a bad*ss car 8-)

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