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Buck Knives Are Designed For Cutting
Please don't throw, pound, pry or chop with your Buck knife. It is not safe and if you damage the knife using it that way, it may void the 'Forever Warranty' offered by Buck on all their knives. Strong twisting or impact can also damage your knife or worse, cause an injury. If you have a lockable blade, always check that the locking mechanism is in working order before you use it.
A Sharp Knife Is Safer Than A Dull Knife
Buck knives are built to last. Take good care of your Buck and it will serve you well.
Knife Care Instructions
Store your knife in a dry place, out of the sheath. Lightly wipe the blade with clean oil 2-3 times a year to keep rust from starting. You may need to oil more often if you live near water.
At Buck, they use stainless steel for the blade. They use other components that minimize the weathering effects of liquids and oxidation, because they want your knife to last a lifetime. Cleaning and caring for your knife will maintain performance and enhance the life of your knife.
Clean The Entire Knife Regularly
That includes the blade, pivot points and the locking mechanism. It's best not to immerse your knife in liquids, but if you do, be sure to dry your knife thoroughly. Spray cleaners are a good alternative. Clean and oil your knife regularly to avoid sticky residues, light surface oxidation and the beginnings of rust.
Discoloration Is A Sign Of Oxidation
If you find the metal has a blue, grey or black color it is a sign of oxidation and the beginnings of rust.
Stainless steel, which is what Buck uses, does not discolor easily. If you do notice a change in the color of the metal, clean it immediately. It is a sign of rust waiting to happen.
Discoloration is common to non-stainless steel, but regular cleaning will keep the metal from rusting.
Nip Rust In The Butt
Rust is reddish-brown in color and will eat pits into your blade and contaminate what you cut. Light rust can be cleaned and removed with oil. Heavier rust requires more abrasive action.
We recommend Metal Brite, an excellent cleaner and polish for removing rust. You can also use some solvents or a plastic cleaning pad.
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