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  • Moku Pruning Saw with Scabbard
  • Moku Pruning Saw with Scabbard
  • Moku Pruning Saw with Scabbard
  • Moku Pruning Saw with Scabbard
Moku Pruning Saw with Scabbard
Regular price $100.00 AUD $0.00 AUD

{Description}

Pruning branches up to 5cm.

{Maker/Brand}Brand

Niwaki

{Maker/Brand}Origin

Sanjo, Japan

{Maker/Brand}Stock Keeping Unit

P00434-1

{Specifications}Measurements

36cm (total) + 24cm (blade)

{Specifications}Material(s)

SK5 steel (carbon steel)

{Specifications}Handle

Beech Wood

{Information}Inclusions

Beech wood scabbard

{Information}Care Instructions

This saw is only a partially tang. It is important that twisting the blade is avoided. Twisting runs the risk of snapping the blade.

Cutting should occur along the section of the edge closest to the handle. Cutting at the point or tip runs the risk of snapping the blade.

As with all carbon steel blades, they must be treated to avoid rusting. We recommend camellia (tsubaki) oil to protect blades made of carbon steel. Other suitable oils may also be used. Ensure the blade is clean and dry before applying camellia oil. Simply wipe the blade with a clean cloth impregnated with camellia oil. Re-apply after each use or when the film of oil has worn away.

The beech wood scabbard is delivered untreated. We recommend that the scabbard be treated with boiled linseed oil to prevent it from drying out and cracking. We recommend that this be done every spring.