The Japanese katana saya sword is a samurai fighting sword. This sword was the favourite for the samurai because of its unique design and compact footprint. This lethal single-edged sword was sleeker and more compact than a standard sword. The size of the sword meant a quicker draw, and the samurai was able to draw and attack more efficiently. Cleaning and polishing the katana saya sword are requirements to keep it sharp. This cleaning process is simple and can be done in a few minutes.
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Things you need
- Plastic gloves
- 3 piece of rice paper
- Sword oil
- Powder ball
Put on your plastic gloves.
Hold the edge of the blade away from you and wipe down the entire blade carefully with your rice paper. The rice paper will remove any oil or debris from your blade.
Dust the blade with your powder ball gently every 2 inches.
Use another clean piece of rice paper to rub the powder all over. This will start to polish the blade. Repeat this process until the powder has been removed and the blade is completely polished.
Place a few drops of oil on one side of the blade and work the oil into the blade using another piece of clean rice paper. Repeat this step for the backside of the katana sword.
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