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Customer Review of the Tonfa
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A little rough around the edges

This is my first pair of tonfas. They are sturdy with the handles being firmly attached. The stickers on the tonfas were easy to remove for me, it is the sticky residue left behind that takes a few minutes to remove.

To remove the sticky residue, use waterless hand soap like gojo and rub it in the residue and then wipe off. I did this 3 times and the residue was gone in about 5 minutes. The only side effect was that a little of the brown stain also came off. This isn't noticeable though since the stickers were on the bottom part of the tonfa when you hold it.

The tonfas seemed a little rough around the edges. I used some steel wool to smooth the handles and the rest of the rough areas. A little discoloring is fine with me since I plan to refinish the tonfas with tung oil the next I refinish a cane.

Depending upon where you live(the more humid, the more often) you need to keep wood, especially oak oiled. I recently had a oak cane break which was treated with tung oil and mineral oil. Since I live in a very humid area I have now learned that oak canes need to be wiped with mineral oil on a monthly basis. I am not sure whether this applies to the tonfas, although I will treat them like my canes.   
by: time4u2
5/20/2011 3:59:56 PM
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