TTAK Knifemaker in Residence Will Woods has explained the underlying chemical and metallurgy processes behind rust. It is worth a glance back if you missed it or wanted a refresher. While some steels can not even handle everyday humidity in Tennessee, Spyderco uses H-1 steel, which replaces carbon with nitrogen to prohibit corrosion. It works in the ocean, but will it work in the Great Salt Lake?
BladeHQ wants to know:
One takeaway I hadn’t thought of… Just because your blade is made from freakish “super-steel”, it doesn’t mean the rest of a knife’s components are. Choose wisely.