Proper care and maintenance of your swords, sharp knives, axes, and Damascus blades are essential to ensure their longevity and performance. Here are some general instructions and tips for maintaining these cutting tools:

1. Regular Cleaning:
- After each use, clean the blade with a soft, damp cloth to remove any dirt, debris, or residues.
- For stubborn stains or residue, use a mild dish soap and warm water, then dry the blade thoroughly.

2. Oiling:
- Apply a thin coat of mineral oil or a specialized blade oil to the entire blade to prevent corrosion and rust. Do this regularly, especially if the blade is not used frequently.

3. Storage:
- Store your blades in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and moisture.
- Use a blade protector or a sheath to prevent accidental damage and to keep the blade clean.
- Avoid placing blades in a scabbard or sheath when they are damp, as this can promote rust.

4. Sharpening:
- Keep your blades sharp to maintain their effectiveness and safety. Use a quality sharpening stone or honing rod to maintain the edge.
- Seek professional sharpening services if you're unsure about sharpening techniques.

5. Inspection:
- Regularly inspect your blades for any signs of damage, such as chips, nicks, or bends. If you find any, have them repaired by a professional.

6. Avoid Corrosive Substances:
- Do not expose your blades to acidic or corrosive substances, such as fruit juices, vinegar, or strong chemicals for a long time. If exposed or used in such conditions, clean the sword as soon as possible. These can damage the blade's finish.

7. Damascus Blades:
- Damascus blades require special care due to their layered construction.
- Clean them gently to avoid damaging the delicate patterns.
- Oil them regularly to prevent rust and maintain the beauty of the Damascus steel.

8. Safe Handling:
- Always handle blades with care and respect. Avoid dropping them or using them inappropriately.
- Keep them out of reach of children and inexperienced users.

9. Regular Maintenance:
- Perform routine maintenance even if the blades are not used frequently. Prevention is key to blade care.

10. Professional Maintenance:
- For valuable or heirloom blades, consider professional maintenance services by experienced blade-smiths or restorers.

11. Inspection:
- Periodically inspect the blade for any signs of damage or wear, such as loose fittings, rust spots, or changes in the blade's condition.

12. Display Location (For products on display):
- Keep the sword/blade/axe/hammer hanger in a stable, dry environment away from direct sunlight, extreme temperatures, and humidity. These conditions can damage the blade over time.

13. Secure Hanging (For products on display):
- Ensure that the sword/knife/axe/hammer is securely attached to the wall hanger or display rack. Check for any wobbling or instability, and tighten any loose components.

14. Safe Distance:
- Place your blades away from casual touchers and children. If place on display mounts, keep them out of reach of children or anyone who may inadvertently touch or pull on it.

15. Rotating Display (For products on display):
If you have multiple blades, consider rotating them on display. This prevents one sword/knife/axe/hammer from being exposed to the same environmental conditions continuously.