flitz on fang and lagriffe? help please...

Aug 8, 1999
that's what i'm wondering, can i use Flitz on the Fang and the Lagriffe. they both have black-T or some similar protection. would it matter if there was Flitz on them. sometimes i wear them under a heavy colored t-shirt against my chest, so i'm wondering if that may give them extra protection when i'm breaking a manly sweat! "really, honey, i never saw that girl before in my life!"
Kelt, flitz should be no problem, I use it on my rekat utility and all my other coated knives. In my expiriance(sp) it will not remove any coatings.

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Actually, Flitz will wear some of the coating off of the Emerson lagriffe. I've used some Flitz on a knife with the exact same black coating and it definitely affected it. The color became lighter and generally less attractive.

Black -T and similar coatings can handle Flitz but hte powder type coatings cannot!
Ronald, I was not aware that some finishes would be harmed by it. Thanks for the tip.
Mr. President is correct. I' ve used Flitz on a few of my powder coat/ matte finishes and some of it has definitely rubbed off.


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It all depends on the coating.

But if I may say, in my experience Flitz does nothing to inhibit corrosion.

Tuff Cloth does great though.

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