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Sheath Making

Discussion in 'Canadian Suppliers' started by John Noon, Jul 30, 2019.

  1. John Noon

    John Noon Well-Known Member

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    Sorry not a tutorial "P but I have started carrying some products for sheath making

    RTC Sheridan Resist & Finish. Used to protect areas from antique paste
    #1 Saddle oil for conditioning the leather after tooling, replaces Neetsfoot oil
    Mink oil paste for water proofing
    ProCarv concentrate, quicker than casing with straight water

    https://canadian-artisan.com/leather-finish-and-cleaning/

    Ulticlip product line.
    Suitable for Kydex and leather sheaths or holsters
    I am setting up bulk order discounts shortly

    https://canadian-artisan.com/holsters-belts/ulticlip/
     
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  2. Griff

    Griff Active Member

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    I like the Ulticlip John...I have no need of them currently, but when I do I will get a few for sure. The video on the 2.2 and how nice it would sit in pocket on a knife and sheath built for that type of carry intrigued me. I’m working on a knife for that purpose to fit a Jean/pant front pocket.
     
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    John Noon Well-Known Member

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    mark richardson New Member

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    Quick question for you guys. What is the best acid for etching blades and where would I find it?
     
  5. John Noon

    John Noon Well-Known Member

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    you can use vinegar, coffee or muriatic acid from the hardware store.

    there is also Nital and others if you are into mixing up chemicals
     
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    Pinhorn New Member

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    I use ferric chloride. Get it at an commercial electronics store
     

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