Disston handsaw restoration.I went to a charity auction in late March of 2014 and I paid $14 for a plastic tub of various tools (I used the tub in this project) and it had about half a dozen saws in it. I sold a coping saw (doh!) and a tenon saw at the same auction.I bought all this just for one poly tank fitting, but I’m also very pleased that there were two Disston handsaws in it.In this series of videos, I’m having a crack at restoring the better of the two handsaws. I used a vinegar bath to remove the rust and, because this was the first time I’d tried vinegar, I was totally surprised by just how well it worked.In the next video, I’ll clean the handle up with some sandpaper and dress it with my beeswax timber dressing.Thanks for watching and please click on the like button and subscribe to my channel if you haven’t already.Music: Born Barnstormers by Brian Boyko. The full track is available at freepd.com. This music is in the public domain and is free to use.