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Pirates - Captain Ebony Black 7 by mizzd-stock Pirates - Captain Ebony Black 7 by mizzd-stock
My 'Pirates - Captain Ebony Black' series..
A new pirate series taken today! *Yay*
I have a serious pirate costume fetish - I know ;)

This one is from a low perspective..

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:iconvaughanp:
Sweet capt. Ebony.
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:iconambaryerno:
OMG! Clean and oil/wax that sword!
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:iconmizzd-stock:
Hehe yeah it needs a good cleaning ;)
I just don't have the stuff needed at hand, so I haven't gotten around to doing so :)
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:iconambaryerno:
I use a moderate grain sandpaper and a scouring pad (think those soft, green pads, and make sure it's one without the soap or cleaning solution) on my steel. Inexpensive, and easy to come by. The sandpaper really gets the buildup off, while and the scouring pad does a great job cleaning up the scratches the sandpaper leaves.
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:iconmizzd-stock:
I used a scouring pad once, but that didn't do much, but I never tried sandpaper, I bet that will work better for the more stubborn
stains :)
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:iconmizzd-stock:
Oh wow and that can do it? I will look into it asap then ;) :)
What kind of oil do you use?
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:iconambaryerno:
I actually use Max Wax, which is a good bit cleaner and less messy to deal with. Darkwood Armory has a rapier maintenance kit with it here:

www.darkwoodarmory.com/index.p…

which has most of what I use (scouring pad, file to remove nicks and dings from drill/sparring, wax, and a cloth), and works just as well for a longsword/arming sword. Don't wash/throw out the cloth, the more wax built up in it the better.
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