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How to clean a Swiss Army Knife: our guide to maintaining your knives

Victorinox knives are made of high-quality steel and components and are quite robust. Sans however, even mild stainless steel will show some signs of corrosion and dust and too much can easily get into the hinges.

Therefore, you should regularly clean, oil and sharpen your blades and tools to prevent dullness.

what not to do

Now before we start, there are things you should not do as they may damage or reduce the life expectancy of your knife.

Dishwasher or bleach

DO NOT put your Swiss Army Knife in the dishwasher!

This is surprisingly common, however the detergents used can cause your knife to stall. Tampon est génial pour la carcasse.

Bleach is also not good as it is too harsh and will cause scratches on the blade and hinges which can make them more prone to jamming.

WD-40

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This may surprise you, but WED-40 is also not good for the performance of your knife.

WD-40 is designed for heavy-duty chains, automotive components, etc., so it is too thick to penetrate well.

Later in this article we will go into the types of oil we recommend.

Sandpaper and rust remover

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Rust remover is also not designed for smaller tools like Swiss army knives. So we would also advise avoiding this too.

Before You Start

First, if your model has any USB components, remove them before cleaning as they will not survive being submerged!

Next, if your knife has electronic components, remove the battery as the electronics in Swiss army knives are generally not waterproof.

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If and moisture gets into the housing, remove the batteries and let it dry completely. Because the contacts have a protective lacquer coating, the electronics will not be damaged.

Clean Off Any Surface Grime and Gunk

Firstly take out all your removable components like toothpick, pens, and needles. Give these all a quick rinse under the hot tap.

Next use the knife’s toothpick (or a cocktail stick if you have lost yours…I know I do!) to scrape off the worst of the furry mess that always accumulates around the joins and hinges.

This does not have to be perfect, just clear away the stuff that comes off easily.

Then wash it under the hot tap to wash away any dust or loose bits of dirt.

Cleaning Your Knife

Often you will only need to use some warm water with a drop or two of washing up liquid if needed.

Submerge your knife in the water and then open and close the blades several times until they move easily again. swiss-army-cleaning

If you used any soap or detergent, run it under the hot tap to get any residue off.

Once this is done, dry them off with a rag and let them sit in a warm, dry place until all the water has evaporated. You are then ready to sharpen your knife and apply the oil.

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If you find your knife is still stiff and mucky, you may need to resort to a solvent.

I recommend isopropyl alcohol, or rubbing alcohol, as it is cheap, effective, and safe to use on skin. At a push, you can also use acetone or ethanol too.

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Rubbing alcohol is also useful for getting oil and grease off of your hands, which will be useful when you oil the knife later.

WARNING: Isopropyl alcohol is flammable and volatile. Work well away from any flame or ignition source (including your mobile phone!) and keep everything well-ventilated.

Find an old glass or ceramic dish that you do not mind having alcohol in and fill it to a depth that will submerge your knife.

Place your knife in the solution and leave it for about an hour. For really tough muck, you can leave it for longer, but this stuff will rust your knife if you leave it too long. I give it a maximum time of 6 hours.

Sharpening Your Knife

If you need to sharpen any of the blades or tools on your knife, now is the time to do it, before you oil it.

We have written a separate article on sharpening your knife which you can find here.

You can use a sharpening stone or a knife sharpener – Victorinox does their own model, which might be a good choice, although any good knife sharpener or stone will work.

Oiling Your Knife

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After drying and sharpening your knife, it is time to oil everything to make sure it all works smoothly and protect it from rust.

Victorinox do their own brand of oil which, as you would expect it is pretty good, but sometimes unavailable. We have found Hoppe’s oil to be a really good substitute and generally a bit cheaper too.

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Oiling a knife is messy so before you start, make sure you put down newspaper and have a few rags handy.

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Start with the blades all shut and squirt several small drops of oil where each tool connects to the knife body.

Next, place a small drop of oil between the blades and the tool casing or spring as well as other friction points.

Now open each tool and blade put oil on the inside of the knife where each connects to the body.

Now open and close each individual tool and blade repeatedly, this will drive oil into the hinge.

If any feels stiff, graunchy or hard to open after a dozen or so openings, add more oil to that hinge. Keep opening and closing it to get the oil right into the hinge.

If it still persists, you may need to go back to cleaning it again and use the rubbing alcohol if you did not before.

Do not worry about getting oil over the knife, you cannot damage it with too much oil.

Once you have finished, leave the knife to sit for half an hour at least before cleaning it with a rag.

You can use the rubbing alcohol to clean your hands, but do not get any onto your knife now.

Summary

Cleaning and servicing your Swiss Army Knife is not that hard and it will keep your blade working in tip-top condition when you need it.

It will also preserve the life of the blades and tools.

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  • 1Qué no hacer
    • 1.1 Dishwasher or Bleach
    • 1.2 WD-40
    • 1.3 Sandpaper and Rust Remover
  • 2 Before You Start
  • 3 Clean Off Any Surface Grime and Gunk
  • 4 Cleaning Your Knife
  • 5 Heavy Duty Cleaning
  • 6 Sharpening Your Knife
  • 7 Oiling Your Knife
  • 8 Summary

July 11, 2021

How to Service Your Swiss Army Knife.

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Introduction: How to Service Your Swiss Army Knife.

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A swiss army knife is useful in almost every type of situation the owner may find themselves in, but they become absolutely useless if not properly cared for. Swiss army knifes are often subjected to frequent use and that wear and tear does add up over time, and without intervention they will become rusty and dull. With proper care these tools can last for generations, but professional knife maintenance is costly and hard to find. However, with the proper knowledge anyone can easily service their own knife quickly and cheaply. This guide will provide you with that knowledge, and enable you to use your knife for years to come.

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Step 1: CAUTION: What You Should Avoid.

PRÉCAUTION : Lo que debe evitar.

ATTENTION : Ce que vous devez éviter.

It is important to point out before we get started that if you incorrectly service your knife you can easily damage it beyond repair. Here are a few things you should avoid at all cost.

When cleaning any knife there are few products that you should avoid at all costs. If you use any of these items you will damage your knife.

  • Bleach
  • WD-40
  • Sand paper
  • Rust remover* ( it depends on the product but most will damage the knife)

If you do any of the following you will probable not be able to fix your knife afterwards.

  • Remove the pins
  • Using a dish washer

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Step 2: Determining What Work Your Knife Needs.

Determinar qué trabajo necesita su cuchillo.

Determinar qué trabajo necesita su cuchillo.

Déterminer le travail dont votre couteau a besoin. Déterminer le travail dont votre couteau a besoin.

The first step in servicing your knife is to determine what you plan on doing. Depending on the condition of your knife you might not need to do anything, or you might need to totally overhaul it. You might want to clean your knife, or oil it, or sharpen it, and maybe you want to replace some lost or broken parts. Here are some symptoms that something is wrong.

You will want to clean you knife if:

  • It looks dirty
  • It smells funny
  • Before oiling the knife
  • Before sharpening the knife
  • It is sticky
  • Any sign of rust

You will want to sharpen the knife if:

  • It is dull

You will want to the oil the knife

  • To prevent rust
  • If it is difficult to open
  • If it makes any noise when opening
  • You spilled any type of chemical on it

Basically it is always a good idea to clean and oil the knife, but sharpening is optional.

This guide will explain how to totally overhaul the knife, but know that this is not always necessary. For your first time allow about 2 hours for the complete overhaul, but it will be quicker in the future.

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Step 3: Selecting and Gathering the Materials Need.

Selección y Recopilación de los Materiales Necesarios.

Sélection et collecte des matériaux nécessaires.

You will need the following:

  • Oil

CAUTION: Oil is absolutely necessary! Do not clean your knife unless you plan on oiling it after. Without oil the knife can be impossible to open and will rust quickly.

Take time and pick out a good oil. The oil should be:

  • Food safe
  • Water resistant
  • Neutral odor
  • Long lasting
  • Neutral taste

The wrong oil will at best lead to rust or at worst ruin the knife. I used blue lube, but it is certainly not the only oil that I could have used.

  • Rags

WARNING: Using a thin rag or paper towels can result injury if the blade slips though the rag while in use.

Rags will be used to clean, dry, and oil the knife. You can use any cloth that you don’t care too much about as the oil will ruin it. I recommend old socks, t-shirts, or any other old peace of cloth near the end of its life.

  • A cleaning solvent

You need something to remove the old oil and tough stains. You can use a soap, but it does not work too well. I recommend isopropyl alcohol also known as rubbing alcohol as it is cheap, effective, and safe to use on skin. You can use acetone or ethanol too.

WARNING: Isopropyl alcohol is flammable and volatile. Remove all possible ignition sources prior to use and work in a well ventilated area.

  • Something to sharpen the knife

If you plan on sharpening your knife you will need ether a whetstone or some other type of sharping tool. There are a lot products on the market that advertise quick and easy sharpening, but these frequently dull the knife. I will be using a whetstone.

  • A container just large enough to hold your knife and cover it with liquid

Try to find the smallest container you can as it will minimize the amount of cleaning solvent used. I recommend a measuring cup.

  • Any replacement parts

If you lost any parts like the toothpick, pen, tweezers, or pin then buy a replacement. Amazon has replacements at a decent price.

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Step 4: Removing Excess Dust and Grim.

Quitar el exceso de polvo y mugre.

Enlever l'excès de poussière et de saleté.

The first step to any process when working on you knife is to remove all easy to removed dirt. This is basically all dust and lint from your pocket. Simply take the toothpick and scrape off the dirt.

Next you might also use a rag to get sticky residue off of any of the tools. This step is not always necessary, but I frequently open amazon boxes with my knife so tape residue builds up on mine.

  • Tip: Don’t try too hard to remove the random junk, the next step will take care of the hard to remove stuff.

After you got most of the grime off just run it under a hot tap to remove stuff too little to bother with.

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Step 5: Soaking Your Knife.

Remojar tu cuchillo.

Remojar tu cuchillo.

Faire tremper votre couteau. Faire tremper votre couteau.

Next take out all removable tools and place them is a safe place.

Now place your knife in the containment that you gathered earlier and cover it with the cleaning solvent.

Let the knife soak in the solvent for at least a half hour.

CAUTION: The cleaning solvent will rust the knife faster than water so don’t leave in soaking for more than twelve hours.

After soaking the knife remove it from the solvent and dry it with the rags.

  • Tip: Keep the rubbing alcohol around it will help you get the oil off your hands later on.

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Step 6: (optional) Sharpening Your Knife.

(facultatif) Aiguiser votre couteau.

(facultatif) Aiguiser votre couteau.

After taking your knife out of the cleaning solvent you might want to sharpen you knife. If you are happy with how sharp your knife is, or could not get your hands on a whetstone just skip this step.

If you don’t have a whetstone, but do have some other sharpening device go ahead and use it at your own risk. Make sure to follow the direction for your particular sharpening tool every tool is different.

The whetstone that I will be using is a magnetized dry whetstone, so all I need is the stone and the knife.

WARNING: Sharpening a knife can be dangerous, go slow and always be aware of where your fingers are.

  1. First take out the dry stone and place it on a clear working surface.
  2. Next close all the tools on the knife except the simple long blade.
  3. Now place your blade down on the stone flat.
  4. Then raise the dull side of the blade up off the stone slightly, the blade should make a 15 to 20 degree angle with the stone.
  5. Now press down slightly on the knife and move the blade around in small circles.
  6. Now flip the knife over and repeat steps 3 through 5 on the other side. Depending on how dull the blade is you make have to repeat this multiple times on each side.
  7. After the knife is sharped take a rag and brush off the metal flakes.

If you like repeat this process with the short blade too.

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Step 7: Oiling Your Knife.

Huiler votre couteau.

Huiler votre couteau.

Oiling a knife is messy so before starting get a few rags handy and place one down where you are working to keep it clean.

If your knife is open close it.

To oil the knife put several small drops of oil at the top of the knife where each tool connects to the device.

Now open each tool and put oil on the inside of the knife where each tool connects to the device.

Warning: The knife will be slick and should be sharp so be careful when handling the knife. Take your time and go slow to avoid injury.

  • Tip: If a any given tool is hard to open or close wrap it with a rag and carefully open it that way.

Now open and close each tool one at a time repeatedly. If it feels sort of hard to open add more oil to that tools hing.

Once finished every tool should be easy to open. Go though and open and every tool again to make sure you did not miss one.

Now the knife should have oil on a lot of the knife and in every tight crevasse. There should also be excess oil in certain areas. Take a rag and rub oil onto every tool individually, make sure to get it everywhere.

  • Tip: Their is no such thing as too much oil.

Once finished rubbing oil all over the knife let is sit with excess oil on it for a half hour.

After the oil has sat of the knife for a half hour go ahead and remove excess oil with a clean rag.

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Step 8: Inspecting Your Knife and Put the Removable Tools Back.

Inspectez votre couteau et remettez les outils amovibles en place.

Inspectez votre couteau et remettez les outils amovibles en place.

You should now be done servicing your knife, but don’t for get to put the removable tools back in the knife at this point.

Now look at your knife and make sure it’s oiled, clean and sharp. The knife should shine and be free of smudges or stains.

You have now properly cared for your knife and learned how to care for it in the future. I have carried my knife which I currently use with me every day for 16 years and because of the care I give it I plan on never replacing it. With the proper care you can now give it, you too can keep your pocket knife as a loyal and useful companion indefinitely.

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Brilliant instructions, thank you. As a final step, I polished the outer plastic casings with ‘Brasso’ (metal polish), which removed the scratches and made them shine…

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I don’t have a knife in mind because I have a tsa approved knife, does the printable stay the same

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6 years ago

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Why is WD-40 on the list of “what not to use” on these knives? I never heard that!

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not food safe

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gdfj12 skewlsux85

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Exactly, I don’t use oils that I wouldn’t want to put in my food because I use most of my knives at some point on the food I eat.

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gdfj12 gdfj12

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6 years ago

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Good indestructible. will now note, isopropyl alcohol softens/melts plastic scales. It is good to clean the metal parts with it but can damage the scales. I use an HF ultrasonic cleaner with warm soapy water then a disinfectant solution. I use alcohol on a rag or cotton swabs to clean the metal parts.

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I may me wrong, but I don’t think that the isopropyl alcohol will soften the plastic. While it is true that ABS plastic or Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene can react with some alcohols, but the times scale of such a reaction at room temp is extremely slow. This is one of the reasons that I cautioned against leaving the knife to soak for too long. Further more in an aqueous solution isopropyl alcohol does not react as negatively with ABS. Still though you are right it can and does damage the plastic under certain circumstances, but I have noticed any negative effects so I still recommended it. I am courius have you ever notice any damage from isopropyl alcohol ?

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My experience with isopropyl alcohol (IPA) has been that it is good for cleaning all of the metal parts but if you get it on the plastic scales it tends to soften them, at least temporarily. That is good (in small amounts) for helping to polish them back to a gloss finish but you have to be a little careful in doing so. I prefer not to use the harsh solvents unless necessary. A good orange/citrus based cleaner/solvent like Goo Gone does a great job of getting most of the stuff off that warm soapy water doesn’t.

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Also, seprate question. How effective is the ultrasonic cleaner you have used? I have tried sonicators in the past, but felt that they did not help too much.

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The ultrasonic tank the place of most of the scrubbing you might need to clean dirt & grime & it tends to get into the tiny crevices better than just soaking or scrubbing by hand. The ultrasonic cleaner also can work on multiple parts/knives at the same time if the tank is big enough to fit more than one item in it and it cleans the whole thing at the same time.

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It does affect the scales, at least of some of the newer models. I used 99% isopropyl alcohol and when I removed the knife the liquid was pinkish and the scales were slightly lighter in color with sticky surface. It looks better after I rubbed it with oil.

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Bon travail! depuis plus de 20 ans, j’utilise la méthode suivante pour tous mes couteaux Victorinox : 1. Ouvrez complètement le couteau et retirez les cure-dents, les pincettes et autres accessoires amovibles. 2. Faire tremper pendant environ une demi-heure dans de l’eau chaude avec une très petite quantité de détergent liquide pour lave-vaisselle (deux ou trois gouttes par tasse d’eau) 3. Rincer abondamment à l’eau tiède propre. 4. Faire tremper toute la nuit dans du kérosène. 5. Retirer et déposer sur du papier journal ou des essuie-tout jusqu’à ce qu’ils soient secs. Essuyez avec plus de papier et fermez toutes les lames et accessoires. À part faire affûter mes couteaux par un professionnel (j’utilise un service disponible localement qui affûte les outils chirurgicaux), je n’ai eu aucun problème et je n’ai pas été refusé le service de garantie d’usine (un ressort cassé a été remplacé) en raison d’un mauvais entretien défectueux !

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Hahodid Geedox

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Great method, I usually use diesel fuel as it’s more available in my area, I take the scale off though. Never had a problem. 🙂

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baggal baggal

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6 years ago

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I have been using wd-40 for years and it has no side effects, why did you put it on the list not to use it?

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Flyboyron Flyboyron

Flyboyron

6 years ago

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Good instructions! I appreciate you including all the precautions, both for the safety of those following the instructions and for the knife itself!

(I would say, however, that the word is “sharpened”, not sharpened.)

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the_username Flyboyron

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Thanks for letting me know. I corrected it.

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seamstress seamstress

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Excellent advice!

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Thanks! Let me know if you have any questions.

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