Restoration of a completely rusted kitchen cleaver
I am sure that many of you have found old knives, forks, dishes and so on in your life. So I, sorting out the debris in the old barn, found a kitchen cleaver, or rather its blade, since the handle had long ago rotted out. He was in a terrible and almost unusable condition. Anyone else in my place would just throw it in the trash and that's it. But I decided to give it a second life.As you can see, all the cleaver canvas is so much rusty that the shells in unprepared places have a depth of almost 2 mm. And it is not known at all what thickness of the knife was originally.And we begin to process angle grinders.We first grind one side.Next, we bring on a belt grinder.To cut the blade without chipping, we grind the cutting edge.After a long rough processing, the cleaver looks like this.Next, grind around with the smallest grain.We treat the hole with a drill, drilling out all the rust.Slicer ready for polishing.Apply polishing paste. And, polish a soft circle to shine.Blestyit as new.
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