Sad to hear that. I can imagine what it's like to misplace a pocket knife.
Hope it returns soon.
I had a cheapie Swiss, years ago, much the same problem. Someone suggested
pack the end with polishing compound, and repeatedly open the blades. Might
have worked. Being decades older now, I'd reach for some spray oil. Or buy
My daily use knife is a Stanley SM -18 that I got from Home Depot, three
bucks. In the tool crib along the wall with screw drviers, and crescent
wrenches. I've resharpened it many times. The pocket clip is perfect for
shirt pocket carry.
I could find, link wise.
Christopher A. Young
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I lost my regular pocket knife :( I've had a knife in my pocket for 50
years now, feel naked without it. There was an old swiss army knife in
the everything drawer. None of the blades would open unless you
grabbed them with a needle nose vise grip. So, I opened everything
half way and tossed the knife in dilute phosphoric acid and left it
this morning it was more than loose. All the blades were floppy and
the retaining springs had come out. Don't soak your knife in acid.