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    Where do.u purchase those wraps or r u talking about gun wrap papers?? Or what about handgun storage bags??
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    I buy them by the 1000's The razors I sent back to you were wrapped in them

    Uline.com has them but it is a 1000 bundle min order, I have never looked elsewhere I am sure they are available in smaller batches just search "VCI paper"


    http://www.uline.com/Product/Detail/...t-Paper-Sheets
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    Since wax dissolves in oil, I putted some wax in mineral oil then slightly heat mix (no more 100c), it gives kinda wax cover on the blade.

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    Mineral oil is inexpensive and works well for preventing rust. You can get it in the drugstore or supermarket. I live in humid Miami and have tried a variety of oils, but the mineral oil works just as well at a fraction of the cost.

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    Found them package has 1000 pieces if anybody is interested in breaking it up let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Airportcopper View Post
    Found them package has 1000 pieces if anybody is interested in breaking it up let me know
    E bay has small sellers and that way yer not trying to create a Group Buy

    Just Ebay search VCI Paper Sheets

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    Quote Originally Posted by sheajohnw View Post
    Scales made of horn, ivory, genuine tortoise shell, or certain other materials may be incompatable with some rust protection materials. Consult with an expert if you have razors with such scales.

    HTH
    Question in regards to oil versus scales: Would Camellia Oil react negatively with resin impregnated wooden scales (more specifically figured maple wood)? Any better suggestion?

    Thanks!

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    I've been a TuffGlide fan for a while now. It goes on thin and doesn't migrate like some oils do. And it doesn't get sticky.
    I never had a problem, although you must wash the blade well before use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tarkus View Post
    I've been a TuffGlide fan for a while now. It goes on thin and doesn't migrate like some oils do. And it doesn't get sticky.
    I never had a problem, although you must wash the blade well before use.

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    Great stuff!! I'm pretty sure the site also says that it won't ruin plastic (ie scales) and works for woods as a stain or at least wont damage woods. But I could be wrong. Was using mineral oil and my razor is very tarnished but I feel like tuf glide stopped any further problems. Only problem is that it smells but once it dries it's fine, not sticky either but leaves a protective coating. The cloth is reactivated with a few drops from the applicator. And both last a long time. Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1357448382.428542.jpg
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    How would baby oil work for oiling a blade? I have several bottles of the stuff lying around the house from when my son was little.

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