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PostPosted: 21 Nov 2017, 05:54 
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I want set a cork handle to a blade. For do this action, I will remove the cork handle blade with cork handle. for example barricade def) and I will set the handle removed to new blade.

How do I remove the cork handle (without breaking)?
with microwave?


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How about a corkscrew? :lol:

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Hard to know without knowing exactly what glue has been used, but I would try heating up a dull, but thin flexible knife, like a putty knife, and work the blade very slowly up between the cork and the wood.

Not too hot to burn the wood or cork, but not too cold either.

I don't like the microwave idea unless the blade is a one ply. The microwave could weaken the glue inside the blade layers.

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