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Cleaver Restoration [Black Cleaver With Ebony Handle]

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New Project, new technique! I used a new technique again in the restoration of this rusty cleaver. With iron (III) chloride and coffee I blackened the rusty cleaver. I made the new handle out of ebony, which now revealed a completely black cleaver. Restoring the old cleaver required me to drill, sand, file, remove rust and glue. I found this old hand tool again on a flea market website and really wanted to have it.

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The cleaver was extremely rusty, so I used rust remover and a screwdriver to remove the rough rust. I used electrolysis to remove the remaining rust. I then used an angle grinder to make the rough contour and on the belt grinder. I ground down the sides until no pitting was visible, up to a grit of 1000. Using a jig and a grindstone, I resharpened the cleaver. Now I dipped the old hand tool in iron (III) chloride and coffee. The new wooden handle is made of ebony. Now all that was left was to assemble everything and the black cleaver was ready.

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I used the following tools: screwdriver, wire brush, rust remover spray, hacksaw, magnetic bowl, lab power supply, sodium hydrogen carbonate, pencil, ruler, angle grinder, cordless screwdriver, drill, belt sander, orbital sander, sandpaper, grindstone, chisel, instant coffee, two component glue, steel wool

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258hunterkill
258hunterkill 5 meses atrás
For anyone trying to recreate this process. Be careful doing electrolysis on salt water. This reaction produce a small amount of chlorine gas, so make sure it is done in a large, well ventilated space
Detriv3 s
Detriv3 s 2 dias atrás
@RL g y
Otto Emmune
Otto Emmune 2 dias atrás
No one in their right mind would do this. He obviously has issues and it's not something to admire whatsoever. Only for clicks. Clown society.
azathoth
azathoth 3 dias atrás
@RL salt is an electrolyte. It helps fluid conduct electric like wind helping fire.
AramayicArt
AramayicArt 21 dia atrás
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Wafflesmet
Wafflesmet 2 meses atrás
My intention was just to see a few minutes but when you electrocuted the steel… I was hooked! The final result was bloody amazing! And apparently I missed wooden work more than i knew. I will definitely use saw dust in glue from now on. Amazing work.
Michael
Michael 8 dias atrás
@Forgotten Shine Restoration I can believe that I thought this was real . . . can you explain yourself?
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
DIY MAN
DIY MAN 12 dias atrás
Wow, it turned out very cool. I'm sure that you spent a lot of time on this video and you managed to surprise me with both the quality of the content and the video itself. I have a subscription and a royal like! Who also agrees that the car is well done, please support
L Spaulding
L Spaulding 3 meses atrás
As a chef, the clever is beautiful. Gorgeous job. For practical purposes, I think the handle might be a little too thick. You did a beautiful job. 👏 👏 👏 👏
Phanes Erichthoneus
Phanes Erichthoneus 20 dias atrás
When did the cleaver dress up as a chef?
NeonKnight -
NeonKnight - 27 dias atrás
@ThatSly B thats correct but what the person above me said is correct too
L Spaulding
L Spaulding 27 dias atrás
@ThatSly B, it's used to cut up meat, but if the blade is thin enough it can be used to chop up anything.
P. J.
P. J. 27 dias atrás
@ThatSly B Because some real chefs cut their own meat. Cleavers have many uses, chopping and cracking femur bones, rib bones for stock/ demi-glace, flatting scallopini, cutting whole chickens, just to name a few uses. And Clever's come in different sizes, weight.
ThatSly B
ThatSly B 27 dias atrás
@NeonKnight -a knife is used to cut meat. A cleaver is used by butchers to cut through bones.
Socky Noob
Socky Noob 3 meses atrás
Outstanding transformation. Had no idea there was so much metal left.
Million Mile Drive
Million Mile Drive 6 meses atrás
I was skeptical there was enough metal left there to restore... wow!
Braddy Fabrizio
Braddy Fabrizio Mês atrás
Yes cuz he intentionally put rust on it
Krishna Kr
Krishna Kr Mês atrás
@Aaron Davis kk
Krishna Kr
Krishna Kr Mês atrás
Kk
Krishna Kr
Krishna Kr Mês atrás
@Aaron Davis kk
Krishna Kr
Krishna Kr Mês atrás
@Aaron Davis k
Oscar Quiroz
Oscar Quiroz Mês atrás
Eres un maestro de maestros en una palabra como decimos en México eres un fregon
Yvonne Dobiash
Yvonne Dobiash 2 meses atrás
That cleavor is beautiful with the ebony handle. Is this an antique or from this day and age? You did an amazing job of restoration.
theoutbackbandit
theoutbackbandit 2 meses atrás
Pretty cool restoration, my only gripe is what was done with the handle. Wouldn't a person want the tange to be bigger and the handle to be more then just glued on for structural reasons?
igor tokarev
igor tokarev Mês atrás
Качественная с использованием всевозможных технических и химических средств работа! Мастеру респект!
Soely Soeiro
Soely Soeiro 6 meses atrás
I love watching videos like these because it's fascinating the results after all process. Besides, it's like a therapy: the environment is so quite, calm and the noises from machines are not loud. All movements are well done and very slow. All of this together, give me a feeling of peace and I fell sleepy.
Ihtiyor Ihtiyor
Ihtiyor Ihtiyor 2 meses atrás
Супер Супер Супер рахмат
Wade Coppage
Wade Coppage 2 meses atrás
It was a good restoration but I think a lot of BRvidrs are going overboard with all the over exaggerated slow movements that are just unnatural and forced. Wish they would label it a certain way so those of us that don't want to see it can filter those out and those that want to watch that can.
Atualizando........
Atualizando........ 5 meses atrás
Insanooooo : brvid.net/video/video-hY7vOppUR60.html
William Long
William Long 6 meses atrás
yeah
Joe
Joe 6 meses atrás
I felt the same way.. Really interesting to watch and calmed me down. Now I'm tired... I'm.gonna watch again before I go to sleep
Zoox
Zoox 2 meses atrás
Beautiful restoration, however I question the structural integrety of the handle. There is about 3 times less steel on the sides of the first hole compared to the original design, while the stresses are the highest at this location. If it's going to break, it will break there.
Fetyun
Fetyun 3 meses atrás
I don't know but I love this kind of videos, they relax me completely and I forget everything I have pending, it helps me to learn and know, and to think and reflect. And this has been an exception, simply amazing ❤️
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much for your great comment! 🤩 👍 🐢
Natalia Wysocka
Natalia Wysocka 20 dias atrás
coś pięknego . dla pasjonata odnawianie takich starych rzeczy co jest to .
Xavier
Xavier Mês atrás
I was skeptical there was enough metal left there to restore... wow!
Zach Withrock
Zach Withrock 7 meses atrás
No idea how I got recommended this but what a treat. Awesome to see the craftsmanship at play, keep up the great work!
archimedes ustare
archimedes ustare Mês atrás
@Doja rat😍 same
Mapuia Ralte
Mapuia Ralte Mês atrás
@Doja rat😍 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii¡
Hanan
Hanan 5 meses atrás
@Atualizando........ wth
Atualizando........
Atualizando........ 5 meses atrás
Insanooooo : brvid.net/video/video-hY7vOppUR60.html
Uku
Uku 3 meses atrás
Why did you grind off so much of the handle? Wouldn't that make it a lot weaker, especially with the big holes?
Monica Milagre Antonio
Monica Milagre Antonio 3 meses atrás
Trabalho impecável!!! Quero um desse!! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
Dinofreak0611
Dinofreak0611 2 meses atrás
I enjoy coming back and watching this video if I get bored some days :D wonderful restoration and a beautiful cleaver!
Sky
Sky Mês atrás
I am just so amazed that you have turned a rusted cleaver into a clean, shiny and beautiful cleaver
The Rest Of Us
The Rest Of Us 6 meses atrás
I’m amazed how great the stainless steel substance under all that rust still was
Monke Man
Monke Man 2 meses atrás
@Tom Barski nah bro really it’s almost like its a joke
Trigger Fish
Trigger Fish 3 meses atrás
Hey I don’t think this comment was a joke which I thought was clear
Dustin Whitt
Dustin Whitt 5 meses atrás
@Mike Hunt stainless steel most definitely does rust. That's why it's called stain-LESS not stain proof
Treva Matyja
Treva Matyja 5 meses atrás
ان
Enigmatic encounter lol
@Coolin discorder spoted
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🧡Orange Channel🧡 22 dias atrás
Was this a talent or a skill I can't tell BTW I love the way you change the knife to normal again....✨✨
Luiza Leite
Luiza Leite 2 meses atrás
Muito lindo
Ray Lewis
Ray Lewis 27 dias atrás
Although absolutely EVERYTHING here impressed me.. what “ahhhhed” me the most was you adding the wood dust to the glue to change and match its color!!! 😯 like holy moly how brilliant and exquisite detailing !!!!!!!!! 101/100 fine sir!!!!!!!! Pure freakin talent, my god
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🤩🐢
Pecan baby
Pecan baby 24 dias atrás
Damn this guy can work miracles 😲 I would have tried to get the rust off with coke cola, I know nothing of this amazing craft but I love watching his work.
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Hyperious
Hyperious 7 meses atrás
Wow. This thing looked like it was at the bottom of the ocean for 50 years, amazing how well it turned out
bablu hasan
bablu hasan 5 meses atrás
ok
Korosh Rostami
Korosh Rostami 6 meses atrás
@Casper Malmborg That's kind of fcked up. Destroying functional tools just to repair them again for profit, wasting materials in the process. I mean there are endurance test videos where functional items get destroyed, but then at least it serves the purpose of reviewing their quality and enlightening the customer. But this video right here is just just deception for views.
Alex Mogrove
Alex Mogrove 6 meses atrás
@Casper Malmborg now that you mention it, it does seem cause for alarm. Huh.
Casper Malmborg
Casper Malmborg 6 meses atrás
@Alex Mogrove You can tell by the way the rust is formed. If it was natural it wouldn't be built up like that in large clumps.
Marli Correa
Marli Correa 3 meses atrás
FICOU LINDO
Bárbara Lima
Bárbara Lima 4 meses atrás
uau, ficou incrível
On_Another_Level
On_Another_Level Mês atrás
Curious, if the handle was that long..why did you remove some of the tang. Well done, very unique.
Raúl Moreno de la Torre
Felicidades, excelente trabajo, muchas gracias por compartir. Saludos desde México 🇲🇽
Forgotten Shine Restoration
¡Muchas gracias! 🐢 Saludos desde Alemania
Robert Hutchinson
Robert Hutchinson 7 meses atrás
I have no knowledge of restoring old knives like this, but it’s easy to see that this craftsman/artesian has a ton of knowledge about restoring knives like this and I feel so lucky to have seen this video. Truly amazing work.
JesusSuperLight Chris
JesusSuperLight Chris 7 meses atrás
He should try restoring an old knife
Fromage Frizzbizz
Fromage Frizzbizz 7 meses atrás
@cranedeck This blade could not have been relatively recent - it’s too thick. A modern cleaver (if you could find one NOT in stainless) would end up much thinner. Note also that electrolysis takes rust off one object and deposits it on another. I’ve derusted old tools and I can tell you that the sacrificial electrode does NOT end up looking like this and doesn’t get pitted. It looks like a magnet that’s had a pile of red coloured iron filings thrown on it. Besides, who gives a crap? He derusted a badly eroded steel rusty piece of junk and turned it into a useful tool. The fact that it might not be from the ancient past is irrelevant. The techniques work no matter how or when the rust got there.
Rusty Rios
Rusty Rios 7 meses atrás
nice
John Dist
John Dist 7 meses atrás
super
Eko GamingDE
Eko GamingDE Mês atrás
The iron handle might have been cut off a bit too much, but other than that it became pretty awesome.
Cartoon Crossovers
Cartoon Crossovers 2 meses atrás
This dud saw hope in what I saw as hopeless...I'm living for it ✨
Александр Кулаков
Всё очень хорошо. Всё просто великолепно. Но не хватает завершающего аккорда: когда всё сделано, надо обмотать рукоятку тесака синей изолентой. Вот тогда будет достигнуто совершенство.
Christie in Texas
Christie in Texas 3 meses atrás
Wow!!! That is beautiful, I told my husband I need it, just to hang on my wall. Great job!
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Selenopheria
Selenopheria Anos atrás
It really is astounding what you can do. Many, many people would call that beyond help and just toss it. That sort of thing simply looks beyond repair.
𝙀𝙫𝙞𝙡𝙈𝙘𝙕𝙤𝙢𝙗𝙞𝙚
@Dracopalm everything holds a sentimental value to me
Moon Shine
Moon Shine 6 meses atrás
I feel like it’s just not worth the time it takes lol. I’m team people.
The Master Procrastinator
@BigRheno I did not expect to see a comment like this, but thanks for the information!
bananasinfrench
bananasinfrench 7 meses atrás
There's kinda something beautiful about even an old rust-covered knife being loved enough to be brought back to its prime. Everyone saying how it's not practical is missing the point
Misanthropic.Measures
Misanthropic.Measures 7 meses atrás
@Battle Bound yes Aliexpress drill bits and a sander machine is 50k bro HAHAHA
jwest142
jwest142 2 meses atrás
that is an amazing restoration. I was worried there was not enough meta;l left to do the restoration, simply amazing!
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Elizabeth Wang
Elizabeth Wang 3 meses atrás
I lost it at the slurp. I laughed so hard. Love the transformation. A beautiful finished project.
Forgotten Shine Restoration
🤣🤣🐢
~Øzge~
~Øzge~ Mês atrás
oh my god i really didn't expect that much, well done
Віталій Тюменцев
Люблю видео подобного рода! Хочу дать рекомендацию относительно этого ролика. Очень бросается в глаза несоответствие производимой операции и инструмента/способа, для этого выбранного. С самого начала: 1. тесак зажат в тиски, обработан средством от ржавчины и чистится отверткой. Неужели не было бы проще опустить весь тесак в ёмкость (подходящий белый тазик далее используется в ролике на пятой минуте), залить очистителем ржавчины и почистить там же металлической щёткой? Плюсы: так делают все обычные люди, грязь остается в ёмкости, а не падает на стол. Минусы: нет "красивого" кадра со снятием пластов ржавчины. 2. операция с электролизом. Тот же самый вопрос, почему не погрузить тесак в ёмкость, которая позволит полностью покрыть тесак водой? Зачем сначала всё положить в банку, а потом размешивать соду в воде? 3. операции по спиливанию ручки и сверление в ней отверстий. зачем делать это на весу? Это не только менее удобно, но также может повлиять на результат, т.к. имеет место смещение детали под нагрузкой. 4. Склейка ручки на 15:52. Зачем использовать струбцину, если к вас есть нормальные тиски, которые обеспечат зажим на всей протяженности ручки? Я понимаю, что мой взгляд поверхностный, ни на что не претендую. Желаю успеха в развитии проекта и выработке собственного стиля, за которым будет приходить аудитория!
Kai Marine
Kai Marine Mês atrás
Came across this by chance and wow this is incredible!! The electrolysis took me back to chemistry labs 😂
jayden lindsey
jayden lindsey 2 meses atrás
i was really questioning when the coffee cleaned the blade, but i am not an expert, amazing work!
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much!🐢
Alla Balybina
Alla Balybina 2 meses atrás
Amazing work!
Yeena
Yeena 3 meses atrás
Fantastic job 👏
Stewart Kirby
Stewart Kirby 7 meses atrás
Super-impressive, meticulous in every respect, fascinating, satisfying, and just beautiful to watch. Great job!
John Smith
John Smith 6 meses atrás
You know it's fake right lol, for it to be caked in that much rust and the ebony alone to to be completely ruined is quite literally impossible, let alone the blade having to permanently damaged to the core...
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Jowana Gierczak
Jowana Gierczak 6 meses atrás
@Soufian Chamoko jesteś polakiem
Soufian Chamoko
Soufian Chamoko 7 meses atrás
No
Vicki1930
Vicki1930 2 meses atrás
Watching this I almost think it’s the beginning of a horror movie kind of expecting in the final scene you’re going to show someone about to get attacked with that nice shiny very sharp cleaver……😆🇨🇦…you did an amazing job on this!
Forgotten Shine Restoration
😱😱😱🐢
Martin Azevedo
Martin Azevedo Mês atrás
Hey! Awesome work!!! What about that coffee process? Will that dark color last or will it fade as you use the knife to cut acid or other products?
Forgotten Shine Restoration
The cleaver is still as black as seen in the video....🐢
Gordon Belfort
Gordon Belfort 3 meses atrás
Wow this Restauration was amazing. Especially the oxidelayer with iron-3-oxide is really nicely done. But does it matter which instant coffee is used ?
Alessandra Barros
Alessandra Barros 2 meses atrás
Que lindo!!!
Alexander Wierzbicki
Alexander Wierzbicki 6 meses atrás
you see this is the definition of amazing. This really shows what we can accomplish anything with patience and dedecation. Keep it up i bet you inspiard many!
Kj Junior
Kj Junior 5 meses atrás
He killed it
Niponugga
Niponugga 5 meses atrás
Use sum common sense lmao
TheTruthstalker
TheTruthstalker 5 meses atrás
I was "inspiard"
BrehMan
BrehMan Mês atrás
It's just so satisfying to watch your videos, for that matter any restoration video. The way restorations take place, are equivalent to the way through which, a backbencher, skinny crying kid, transform himself into an alpha male, after years of grind and hardwork, going through tough time and getting electrically shocked XD. The most satisfying thing was, however, the small piece of apple that you cut at the end.
showrob chowdhury
showrob chowdhury 2 meses atrás
Great job!!!Result is superb but you did tough work throughout the process of restoration.After watching this clip i will prefer purchasing instead of restoration.😃
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thanks a lot! 🐢
Odd BoroFiend
Odd BoroFiend 2 meses atrás
I absolutely need to know where something like this cleave is even found! Great work :)
D- Money
D- Money 2 meses atrás
Unbelievable work! And I love the injected humor, especially the measuring instant coffee one. 😂
Forgotten Shine Restoration
🤣🤣🐢
Rohit Rath
Rohit Rath 7 meses atrás
I was completely mesmerized for 18 mins... beautiful - the process, the presentation, the product - everything.
Atreides
Atreides 6 meses atrás
And don't forget the turtle! :D
Mr. Duane Sharpe
Mr. Duane Sharpe 7 meses atrás
@Forgotten Shine Restoration bravo. That was the most satisfying time as for today.
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Helena Pinto
Helena Pinto 23 dias atrás
congratulations for the work I can't even remove a normal knife, I was highly recommended for this channel God bless you amen 🙏🙏
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
YohYamialwayzHIGH
YohYamialwayzHIGH 2 meses atrás
Why is that so satisfying to me? Thoroughly enjoyed it. Nice work
im realy shiesty
im realy shiesty Mês atrás
perfect work, accept i wouldn’t shorten the metal handle part that much. It’s stronger when it goes more thru the handle
panic on elm street
That looks amazing it turned out so good looks new
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thanks a lot! 🐢
COOLRANCH
COOLRANCH 10 meses atrás
Videos like this make me happy to be alive in a time where these niche crafts can be seen and appreciated by people. A hundred years ago someone like me who works in a completely different industry might have gone their whole life without seeing a restoration. There's also something in seeing an old forgotten tool be brought back for a chance at a second life. Thank you and please keep doing what you're doing.
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ROMEU E SNOOP🐕🐩
ROMEU E SNOOP🐕🐩 7 meses atrás
Olhem esta gota brvid.net/u-shortsEQLPdZ3V0kk?feature=share
Ashiilah channel
Ashiilah channel 7 meses atrás
Yes
Star2star
Star2star 7 meses atrás
@Gender Human ,,
Star Stuff
Star Stuff 2 meses atrás
Really awesome video. Just wondering though, why the effort and expense? Unless an item has got sentiment value, why not just buy a new one? And with half the tang gone, is it even safe to use? Not criticism either as like I said, masterful work and restoration.
Vampire ShadowKittyJae
amazing job to restore damaged ones it's fun to watch and learn to experienced it
Vampire ShadowKittyJae
@Forgotten Shine Restoration you welcome
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you! 🐢
SoapySusie
SoapySusie 3 meses atrás
I’m baffled as to how this man went from a cleaver where you couldn’t see the metal to the cleanest thing ever. It seems like it’s brand new dude
Forgotten Shine Restoration
🤗🤩👍🐢
Zurl Hammerdoom
Zurl Hammerdoom Mês atrás
You did a fantastic job with the metal and the glue. It might be worth your time to spruce up your handle design though. When I first started watching I thought this was a pointless exercise. “There is no way that metal is still viable.” You proved me wrong and I am glad to see it.
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Maravilla
Maravilla 7 meses atrás
This is amazing! So much time, energy, and labor goes into this work. I think I found my new channel to binge watch!
Shy Shywyy
Shy Shywyy 7 meses atrás
good
CHOOXTV POSTING
CHOOXTV POSTING 7 meses atrás
@Forgotten Shine Restoration hoy
SavagistJ
SavagistJ 7 meses atrás
I love it
Rusty Rios
Rusty Rios 7 meses atrás
ok
Deplayz427
Deplayz427 7 meses atrás
SAME
T-gay
T-gay 2 meses atrás
Wow. Restoring that much rust I thought it be impossible
Abdón Gil
Abdón Gil Mês atrás
Awesome job. Congratulations, my friend. : )
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thanks very much! 🐢
Addi C
Addi C Mês atrás
The handle is way too thick for my personal preferences but it turned out lovely regardless!
Sergio Lobato
Sergio Lobato 3 meses atrás
Amazing, I thought it was too far gone to be restored,
Gordon Agent
Gordon Agent 7 meses atrás
That was really awesome, I looked at the clever in the first instance and thought that this is going to turn out bad but as you went through the process I was amazed. The finish was something I never expected and the handle just topped it off. Fantastic restoration, so well done
Alaina Woods
Alaina Woods 6 meses atrás
The most beautiful flowers grow from dirt, the most beautiful people - often scum.
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WOWW YOU DON'T READ MY PROFILE PICTURE 😶😶❌❌
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Funky
Funky Mês atrás
je pensais pas, mais c'est reposant de voir vos restaurations.... très beau travail bravo
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Merci beaucoup! 🐢
Enthusiastik
Enthusiastik Mês atrás
This is an awesome coffee cleaver!
Becca & Colin Whitman
Becca & Colin Whitman 5 dias atrás
Yeah this isn’t a bad idea for a novice. Just let me find my grinder and my electric machine for electrolysis 😂. Really mint and cool though on a more serious note.
THE US LIFE
THE US LIFE 2 meses atrás
Your video is very interesting, I really love it a lot. Thanks!
WackyModder84
WackyModder84 5 meses atrás
I legit thought that wasn't even a cleaver at all, but a rock that was shaped like a cleaver. Color me amazed, bro. That was satisfying as hell to watch.
听纭槑碎碎念.🌚🌝
Yes
Manuel Velazquez
Manuel Velazquez Mês atrás
So satisfying to watch thank you.
Demon in the Dark
Demon in the Dark 3 meses atrás
Amazing work!🥰
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Paulo Kuster
Paulo Kuster 2 meses atrás
sou do Brasil parabéns ficou muito bonito.
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Muito obrigado! 🐢
leeleelee00
leeleelee00 2 meses atrás
Amazing job 👌👌
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thanks a lot! 🐢
Josh Lescalleet
Josh Lescalleet 10 meses atrás
Love it, the handle I’m not a fan of personally but the whole thing still looks amazing!
one smol birb
one smol birb 6 meses atrás
personally, i would have left the tang full length, and built the handle with a strip of metal you can see on the side of the handle
Tony Jones
Tony Jones 8 meses atrás
When I saw him cut down the handle - I thought No! what are you doing
Federico Decuadro
Federico Decuadro 10 meses atrás
I think he weakened the tang by removing all that material and making the rivet holes too big, this things are supposed to withstand heavy hits.
Red Pill Satori
Red Pill Satori 10 meses atrás
@Josh Lescalleet ..ah ok. Other people were complaining that it was too thick as well, and should be better contoured to not slip out of the hand
Random Reviews
Random Reviews 2 meses atrás
Amazing what thousands of dollars and time on your hands can do.
Anneth Marie
Anneth Marie Mês atrás
I'm supposed to be studying for exams tomorrow, but here I am procrastinating as always. Also... You did an amazing job there. Hugs from Colombia😘❤️
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! Nevertheless, good luck in your exam! Greetings from Germany 🐢
Zee Boy
Zee Boy 2 meses atrás
Awesome man! Love the before and after
Forgotten Shine Restoration
😁🐢
Lynnette Star
Lynnette Star 2 meses atrás
I dunno why this whole video made me feel so relaxed😅 😌 ☺ awesome work. Enjoyed the whole video and the lil humor in the video is awesome too. Love it🥰🥰🥰❤😌
Lynnette Star
Lynnette Star 2 meses atrás
@Forgotten Shine Restoration welcome.keep up the awesome work.
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
David Costantino
David Costantino 7 meses atrás
This is amazing. Kudos to you for doing work like this and bringing these amazing pieces back to life.
DON'T CLICK THIS VIDEO
DON'T CLICK THIS VIDEO 6 meses atrás
WOWW YOU DON'T READ MY PROFILE PICTURE 😶😶❌❌
Zou 64
Zou 64 10 dias atrás
Another great restoration 👍 Congratulations and greetings from Belgium 😉🇧🇪🖐️
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you! Greetings from Germany! 🐢
🧡LIDIA🤍
🧡LIDIA🤍 Mês atrás
Buen trabajo❤️‍🩹
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Merci beaucoup! 🐢
Eli Kamerath
Eli Kamerath 8 dias atrás
may i just say razor sharp and that it looks great i did not have high hopes when he put it in instant coffee but it turned out better then i would have guessed good job man
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
BornGamin' Legend
BornGamin' Legend 2 meses atrás
How long in total of days did this process take you to completely finish this knife?
watrgrl2
watrgrl2 7 meses atrás
What a clever cleaver cleaner you are! I would not think there was enough good metal left in that cleaver to make restoration worth the time. But I was happy to be proven wrong!
Indileni Shaetonghoko
Indileni Shaetonghoko 3 meses atrás
Love your videos 😊
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Jr7
Jr7 3 meses atrás
This masterpiece would have been prettier if it had been in gold. 🟡💛
Viola the Protogen
Viola the Protogen Mês atrás
Watching the rust peel off like that was probably the best part
Kenneth Corley
Kenneth Corley 2 meses atrás
I honestly thought it was pointless trying to reclaim that solid mass of rust, but the end result is testament to the skills of the restorer. I was amused by the bits of dry humor throughout. I do feel as though the turtle requires a restoration. He's looking very sad
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Tony Boné
Tony Boné 10 meses atrás
I’m so glad that I was recommended your channel. It was incredibly satisfying to see the final result and the whole process from start to finish. Keep making more of these!
ROMEU E SNOOP🐕🐩
ROMEU E SNOOP🐕🐩 7 meses atrás
Olhem esta gota brvid.net/u-shortsEQLPdZ3V0kk?feature=share
KINGxTERRY
KINGxTERRY 7 meses atrás
@Mdmjr24 no music
knobsdialsandbuttons
knobsdialsandbuttons 2 meses atrás
Awesome job ! 👍
knobsdialsandbuttons
knobsdialsandbuttons 2 meses atrás
@Forgotten Shine Restoration You're welcome !
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🐢
Jeskoummk
Jeskoummk 2 meses atrás
I am impressed by the restoration...Should have chosen a different grain of colour as accent to the blade.
Guy Solis
Guy Solis 2 meses atrás
Nice job, mate. I have a new respect for instant coffee!
sahil sonkar
sahil sonkar 3 meses atrás
I apricieat your work,welldone!!❤️🔥
Forgotten Shine Restoration
Thank you very much! 🤩🐢
argón renio
argón renio 6 meses atrás
loved the video. the work on the knife is beautiful, and the edit is great
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