Broadhead Care1.) Store broadhead and blades in clean, dry conditions. Our broadheads come in a wooden box with foam insert for your storing convenience. For multiple broadheads, you may also purchase our Iron Will Broadhead Travel Case.
2.) Use Isopropyl alcohol to clean blades. You may do this while assembled or disassembled. Watch the broadhead cleaning video. You will need a Iron Will T6 Torx Driver to disassemble the heads.
3.) Apply a thin coat of odorless, food grade mineral oil before storing. Our Iron Will Blade Care Kit contains a microfiber cleaning cloth and blade oil dispensing pen for complete blade care convenience.
Addressing CorrosionA2 Steel is superior to stainless steel when high hardness is needed for edge retention and high impact toughness. It is the best choice for deep penetration that calls for a strong material. That said, it is less resistant to corrosion than stainless steel and can get rust spots if stored in wet conditions for extended periods of time. These spots are generally at the surface and do not pit the base material. To remove rust spots:
1.) Rub off the spots with a Scotch-Brite pad, metal polish, or a diemaker polishing stone. Our Iron Will Blade Care Kit contains a microfiber cleaning cloth and 1200 grit diemaker polishing stone for complete blade care convenience.
2.) Once the spots have been removed, clean the blades and ferrule with Isopropyl alcohol. You may do this while assembled or disassembled. You will need an Iron Will T6 Torx Driver to disassemble the heads.
3.) Apply a thin coat of odorless, food grade mineral oil before storing.