[quote name="89826" url="/t/85589/the-official-alden-thread/59490#post_6583304"]Does using a deer bone really help to get rid of scratches? More than a spoon? I am skeptical of the oils in the bone helping angle, because aren't the bones quite dry to the touch? How much deer oil could get transferred?I ask because I do have a few pairs which have scratches, and I have got some time on my hands to do something about them.What do you all recommend?My stash is 30 shell pairs, one calf.[/quote]My experience has been it works much better than a spoon. Referring to the deer bones that are sold by companies like abbeyhorn, and not something fido might chew on. The bone has been smoothed and immersed in some type of oil and I have had a lot of success removing nicks, minor scratches, etc.
The Abbeyhorn deer bone is oily, not as dry as the ones from ASuitableWardrobe. Hangar Project sells the Abbeyhorn one and I recommend it.