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Canadian Forge And Ferrier Is Awesome!

Discussion in 'Canadian Suppliers' started by Scott Kozub, Aug 29, 2020.

  1. Scott Kozub

    Scott Kozub Member

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    I ordered some parks 50 on Tuesday. This is my first order with cf&f. About an hour later I get a shipping email thinking it was a shipping request notification. I thought " wow that was quick". I was wrong. It was a notification that my purchase had shipped! I come home Friday and my oil is sitting on my porch in Ontario. Thats the fastest customer service I have ever seen. The shipping was also very reasonable given the 3 gallons of oil.
     
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  2. Griff

    Griff Active Member

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    Yup same with me. I posted they were selling Parks 50 again a few months back, and their service on that was awesome.
     
  3. RussGen

    RussGen New Member

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    Hey Scott, I also just ordered 3 gal. Of 50 and AAA. Thank you for the post. Wish I would have heard of this place many knives ago.
     
  4. RussGen

    RussGen New Member

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    Just wondering, do you need to do anything to store and maintain this oils properties.
     
  5. Griff

    Griff Active Member

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    You store it in the pail it comes in bud, it has a resealable locking lid (on the parks 50 I have anyway).

    What you quench in is up to you, I quenched straight in the pail first time lol!
     
  6. RussGen

    RussGen New Member

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    Yeah thanks Griff but what I'm wondering is things like do I clean all the slag out that falls off the hot quenched blade after each session. Do I place a screen in the bottom to catch it all. Max temp. to let the oil to rise to. Anything that a rookie might screw up on to gìve it a long life.
     
  7. Griff

    Griff Active Member

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    I think putting a catch-basket in the oil is a good idea. As for the oil itself, sure it quenches knives, but it’s created for repeated use in industries quenching all manner of different metals and thicknesses. A pail of oil should last you a very very very long time.
     
  8. RussGen

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    Thanks Griff
     

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