Support BladeForums! Paid memberships don't see ads! Okay, I started toying with making my own sheaths a while ago, as a southpaw that strongly prefers a fixed blade for edc, the sheath struggle is real. Didn't think I would want to tool, but a co-worker heard that I was working with leather and gifted me some tools her father used. Everything looks okay, it has just been in storage in a humid climate without much more than a box. Most is surface rust that I'm comfortable removing. However, there are two stamps with significant rust on the stamp surface. One is a small camoflage the other is a flower, so lots of detail. Just wondering what I might be able to try to save them. I'm not a metal expert, and am not sure what would give the best chance. Thanks for any thoughts.