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Yoshihiro 100% Pure Tsubaki Japanese Knife Maintenance Oil with Complimentary Sabitori Rust Eraser, 3.4oz
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- 3.4oz(100ml) Pure Tsubaki knife Oil(Camellia Oil)
- Completely safe food grade purity
- Includes Complimentary Sabitori Rust Eraser
- Made in Japan
- A perfect maintenance kit
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Originally used in Japan as a cooking oil and for beauty purposes. Tsubaki Oil (Japanese Tea Seed Oil) is a must have for high carbon steel knives. Apply a few drops after use to prevent rust, corrosion and discoloration. It will also help shine and condition your knives. The Rust Eraser will help remove rust and stains on your knife. Follow the grain of the knife, gently moving the eraser back and forth. Only erase on rust/stain spots. For maintenance info and professional Japanese knife sharpening contact our Yoshihiro Cutlery store.
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The rust eraser worked well on some old kitchen knives, as well.
I ended up ordering Camellia Seed Organic Oil (cold-pressed from Camellia sinensis seeds) for my countertops and moisturizing, and am keeping this tsubaki oil (pressed from Camellia japonica) for my knives. Camellia oleifera oil (the easiest one to find is Arette Organic Tea Seed Oil ) is known to be good for cooking, with a high heat point.
This oil works great for providing a coat after use - there is no long term rusting and the knife develops a very nice patina. I've used oil/canola oil for other knifes and kitchenware before, but the problem with using these oils is that they tend to be thick, have a smell, and may leave a very slight residue.
You only need a few small drops to cover your entire knife, a little goes a long way here.
I also tried the small rust eraser on an old Soviet pocket knife I have that was in pretty rough shape. I couldn't believe how well it worked!!