I don't see much in the way of lubrication products on this site. I believe you have camilla oil which I'm sure it is great based on what I've read but I've never used it. I normally use things like Tuf-Glide, Nano-Oil (my favorites). The products here are more of a kitchen cutlery foundation and not so much folders or outdoor knives and tools. The reason I'm mentioning it is there are times I'll throw a bottle of oil on top of another larger order instead of ordering just a $10 bottle of oil by itself and sometimes having to pay up to $10 for shipping as well. So, if you also stocked Tuf-Glide I could add a bottle of it the next time I order 3 or 4 thousand dollars worth of stones.
Does anyone recommend camilla oil as a standart product for folding knives? There are two considerations. Lubrication and corrosion control. I use Tuf-Glide for corrosion control and Nano-Oil for lubrication. Even thought either will be beneficial in both areas it seems they both provide better in one area. How would camilla oil do for both purposes or is it better kept for kitchen cutlery use? Even though knives treated with Tuf-Glide or Nano-oil then used for food prep haven't killed anyone I don't believe either is approved for good prep.
Thanks for any help.